Ethics Symposium: Experiment and Intuition in Ethics

One of the greatest issues of Ethics has recently been published: Vol. 124, No. 4 (a Symposium on Experiment and Intuition in Ethics). Contents include: Introduction Henry S. Richardson Principles
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One of the greatest issues of Ethics has recently been published: Vol. 124, No. 4 (a Symposium on Experiment and Intuition in Ethics). Contents include:IntroductionHenry S. RichardsonPrinciples and Intuitions in Ethics: Historical and Contemporary PerspectivesDavid O. BrinkBeyond Point-and-Shoot Morality: Why Cognitive (Neuro)Science Matters for EthicsJoshua D. GreeneProcess Debunking and EthicsShaun NicholsAny Animal Whatever? Harmful Battery and Its Elements as Building Blocks of Moral CognitionJohn MikhailIntuition and EmotionJonathan DancyThe Affective Dog and Its Rational Tale: Intuition and AttunementPeter RailtonExperiments In Vivo, In Vitro, and In Cathedra Sarah BussAnd there's more! There will soon be a discussion of Railton's paper over at PEA Soup (Aug. 4-6) with an introduction by the great Bryce Huebner. Peter's paper is available free for the occasion, but for a limited time I believe. What a way to end the summer!

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