Beyond economic games: A mutualistic approach to the rest of moral life

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (1):91 - 92 (2013)
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Mutualism provides a compelling account of the fairness intuitions on display in economic games. However, it is not yet clear how well the approach holds up as an explanation of all human morality. The theory needs to be tested outside the methodological neighborhood it was born in; such testing has the potential to greatly improve our understanding of morality in general



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