Carolina Sartorio is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona. She earned her B.A. from the University of Buenos Aires and Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Professor Sartorio researches causation, agency, free will, moral responsibility, and other issues at the intersection of metaphysics, the philosophy of action, and moral theory.
Sartorio, Carolina. “A Partial Defense of the Actual-Sequence Model of Freedom.” The Journal of Ethics 20.1-3 (2016): 107-120.
Sartorio, Carolina. “Resultant Luck and the Thirsty Traveler.” Methode 4.6 (2015): 153-171.
Sartorio, Carolina. “Vihvelin on Frankfurt-Style Cases and the Actual-Sequence View.” Criminal Law and Philosophy 10.4 (2016): 875-888.