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Tag Archives: moral judgment
Jesse Prinz City University of New York, Graduate Center In recent years, there has been an empirical turn in ethics. Using the methods of psychology, neuroscience, behavioral economics, and evolutionary modeling, we have been able to make progress on old … Continue reading →
Alexandra Sifferlin Time Can’t get enough of yourself? Narcissism can certainly be a social turn-off, and a new study from Baylor University shows that its least appealing features may have the strongest effect on those least likely to be so … Continue reading →