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what_is_morality [2010/03/08 10:33]
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-Joe! the abstract goes. +How do we arrive at moral judgments, judgments ​about whether actions are right or wrongpermissible,​ impermissible or obligatory? In this paper we present three competing models of moral judgment, the Emotional Model, ​the Conscious Reasoning Model, ​and the Unconscious Reasoning Model. We also consider arguments for and against ​each model. In the endwe (tentatively) argue that the Unconscious Reasoning Model is the best model to explain how we arrive at moral judgments, since out of all the competing models it suffers from the least amount of problems
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-Interesting thing about a wikiyour abstractyour intro and your conclusion are basically all the same page since people can see it at any time in the "​paper"​ not so much a paper as an associative ​and some might say neural network ​ of data. Imagine a paper read in order of how the paragraphs are connected to each other not in a linear order, that's what we're doing here. Insallah. +