Introduction; T. van den Beld. Part I: Moral Responsibility and Ontology: Setting the Stage. Moral Responsibility and Ontology; P. van Inwagen. Moral Responsibility and the Practical Point of View; R.J. Wallace. Part II: Responsibility and Personal Identity. Collective Responsibility; K. Graham. Personal Identity and Responsibility for Past Actions; M. Slors. Personal Identity and Quasi-Responsibility; E. Wiland. Part III: Incompatibilist Arguments. Does Moral Responsibility Presuppose Alternate Possibilities? K. Lippert-Rasmussen. Fischer on Alternative Possibilities and Responsibility; D. Mackie. Freedom and Blameworthiness; M. Sie. Moral Responsibility and Wolf's Ability; C.M. Grau. Moral Responsibility and Agent Causation; R. van Woudenberg. Part IV: Compatibilist Positions. On the Value of Ultimate Responsibility; I. Haji. Contracting Responsibility; J. Lenman. Blaming, Understanding and Justification; K. Magill. Compatibilist-Fatalism; P. Russell. Part V: Some Related Issues. Emotions, Responsibility and Morality; A. Ben-Ze'ev. Identification and Responsibility; A.M. Smith. Toward a Speaker Meaning Theory of Moral Responsibility; M.S. McKenna. Alfred Mele's Voluntaristic Conception of Autonomy; S.E. Cuypers. Biographical notes. Index.