What is the relevance to praiseworthiness and blameworthiness of what one would have done in other, counterfactual circumstances? I defend a moderate form of actualism: what one would have done is important, but less so than what one actually does.
Kelly Sorensen (2014). Counterfactual Situations and Moral Worth. Journal of Moral Philosophy, Volume 11, Issue 3, pp 294-319. doi:10.1163/17455243-4681034.