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  1. Do Formalist Judges Abide By Their Abstract Principles? A Two-Country Study in Adjudication.Piotr Bystranowski, Bartosz Janik, Maciej Próchnicki, Ivar Rodriguez Hannikainen, Guilherme da Franca Couto Fernandes de Almeida & Noel Struchiner - 2022 - International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 35 (5):1903-1935.
    Recent literature in experimental philosophy has postulated the existence of the abstract/concrete paradox : the tendency to activate inconsistent intuitions depending on whether a problem to be analyzed is framed in abstract terms or is described as a concrete case. One recent study supports the thesis that this effect influences judicial decision-making, including decision-making by professional judges, in areas such as interpretation of constitutional principles and application of clear-cut rules. Here, following the existing literature in legal theory, we argue that (...)
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  • Moral Progress, Knowledge and Error: Do People Believe in Moral Objectivity?Thomas Pölzler, Lieuwe Zijlstra & Jacob Dijkstra - forthcoming - Philosophical Psychology:1-37.
    A prevalent assumption in metaethics is that people believe in moral objectivity. If this assumption were true then people should believe in the possibility of objective moral progress, objective moral knowledge, and objective moral error. We developed surveys to investigate whether these predictions hold. Our results suggest that, neither abstractly nor concretely, people dominantly believe in the possibility of objective moral progress, knowledge and error. They attribute less objectivity to these phenomena than in the case of science and no more, (...)
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  • Philosophical and Legal Foundations of the Formation of the Legal Consciousness of an Indi-Vidual in the Conditions of Training a Lawyer.Ihor Koval, Alona Romanova, Farouq Ahmad Faleh Al Azzam, Mueen Fandi Nhar Alshunnaq & Dmytro Smotrych - 2022 - Wisdom 22 (2):234-243.
    The study’s primary goal is to determine the philosophical and legal foundations of the formation of the legal consciousness of an individual in the conditions of training a lawyer. Modern society is changing, transforming into a European-style society, and rethinking the laws of life is necessary for every person. Awareness of the changes in society, the role, place and significance of legal norms determine the changes in a person’s consciousness, and therefore the issue of legal consciousness of a person arises (...)
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  • Guilt Without Fault: Accidental Agency in the Era of Autonomous Vehicles.Fernando Aguiar, Ivar R. Hannikainen & Pilar Aguilar - 2022 - Science and Engineering Ethics 28 (2):1-22.
    The control principle implies that people should not feel guilt for outcomes beyond their control. Yet, the so-called ‘agent and observer puzzles’ in philosophy demonstrate that people waver in their commitment to the control principle when reflecting on accidental outcomes. In the context of car accidents involving conventional or autonomous vehicles, Study 1 established that judgments of responsibility are most strongly associated with expressions of guilt–over and above other negative emotions, such as sadness, remorse or anger. Studies 2 and 3 (...)
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  • The Experimental Philosophy of Law: New Ways, Old Questions, and How Not to Get Lost.Karolina Magdalena Prochownik - 2021 - Philosophy Compass 16 (12):e12791.