Philosophers sometimes talk in terms of a “control” or “freedom” condition on moral responsibility and epistemic conditions on moral responsibility. I’m curious about the extent to which these conditions are separable from one another. For example, in the case of free actions for which one is morally responsible, it might be that some epistemic conditions that need to be satisfied if one is to be morally responsible for the action also need to be satisfied if one is to perform the action freely and that some other epistemic conditions of the former kind are not conditions of the latter kind.
Let’s set aside indirect moral responsibility for now. What are some epistemic requirements for being directly morally responsible for A-ing that are not requirements for (directly) freely A-ing? Maybe with teamwork we can come up with a plausible list of such requirements.