Huck vs. Jojo: Moral Ignorance and the (A)symmetry of Praise and Blame

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David Shoemaker
Tulane University
David Faraci
Durham University
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Presentation and discussion of two new experimental studies surveying intuitions about cases of moral ignorance due to childhood deprivation. Discussion of resulting asymmetry between negative and positive cases and proposal of speculative hypothesis to explain results, The Difficulty Hypothesis.
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