chapter  Chapter 6
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William Lane Craig's Second Rebuttal

ByWilliam Lane Craig

In this chapter Craig continues the conversation concerning psychopaths and argues that if such individuals truly do not know the difference between right and wrong, then they are not culpable for their evil acts. This is similar to when, in many court systems, someone is considered not guilty by reason of insanity. Craig also points out that Wielenberg's model faces the famous problem of uninstantiated properties.