Thinking and Reasoning 26 (4):534-551 (2020)

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Alejandro Rosas
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
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The mainstream version of the dual-process model of moral cognition claims that utilitarian responses to sacrificial moral dilemmas are the outputs of controlled cognitive processes....
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