Expectations and morality: A dilemma

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (4):346-346 (2010)

David Ripley
Monash University
Eric Mandelbaum
CUNY Graduate Center
We propose Knobe's explanation of his cases encounters a dilemma: Either his explanation works and, counterintuitively, morality is not at the heart of these effects; or morality is at the heart of the effects and Knobe's explanation does not succeed. This dilemma is then used to temper the use of the Knobe paradigm for discovering moral norms
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