Children's developing metaethical judgments.
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Lamus, Felipe (2017-01-11)Nicolas Machiavelli is deemed to be the representative par excellence of the lack of morality and ethics in politics. The theory that “the end justifies the means” encapsulates his political and moral thought. The adjective ...
Errors in Judgement: How Status, Values, and Moral Foundations Influence Moral Judgments of Guilt and Punishment Dawson, Jessica (2016)This study investigates how actor status, moral foundations theory and Schwartz values influence the moral judgments of guilt and punishment. I argue that to understand individual values consequences for actions, they must ...
Li, Sichen (2018)Why do allies come into conflict with each other in the face of increasing external threats? This article answers this question by pointing out the moral hazard inherent to alliance politics. In exchange for security commitments ...