A selectionist approach integrates moral heuristics

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (4):555-556 (2005)
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Abstract

The nature and diversity of moral codes can be understood in terms of a few basic propensities honed by diachronic dialectics between what people do and what they are supposed to do in the culture in question. Many of the moral heuristics presented by Sunstein can be seen as by-products of these processes.

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