The psychology and philosophy of luck â ̃ †

  title={The psychology and philosophy of luck {\^a} ̃ †},
  author={Duncan Pritchard},
There has been a great deal of interest in the concept of luck in the recent psychological and philosophical literature. In philosophy, this interest has tended to focus not upon luck simpliciter but rather upon the role that luck plays in ethical and epistemological debates concerning (respectively) moral and epistemic luck. In psychology, in contrast, a number of studies have explicitly examined our everyday conceptions of luck and the manner in which these conceptions influence our lives… CONTINUE READING

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