How moral judgements work
Michael De Dora
Posted on November 12, 2012
You might recall that earlier this year I posted an interview with Liane Young, an associate professor of psychology at Boston College, who had just won a prestigious award for her research on what’s happening when people make moral judgements.
Now, one of the recent episodes of the fantastic podcast Philosophy Bites, hosted by British philosopher Nigel Warburton, features a brief discussion with Young on her research and related issues. You can listen by clicking here.
Tagged: brain, ethics, mind, morality, philosophy, psychology, science