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SIM and the City: Rationalism in Psychology and Philosophy and Haidt's Account of Moral Judgment

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Jonathan Haidt (2001) advances the 'Social Intuitionist' account of moral judgment, which he presents as an alternative to rationalist accounts of moral judgment, hitherto dominant in psychology. Here I consider Haidt's anti-rationalism and the debate that it has provoked in moral psychology, as well as some anti-rationalist philosophical claims that Haidt and others have grounded in the empirical work of Haidt and his collaborators. I will argue that although the case for anti-rationalism in...

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10.1080/09515080802513250

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, HUM, Philosophy, Philosophy NonPostholders
Journal:
PHILOSOPHICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Volume:
21
Issue:
6
Pages:
799-820
Publication date:
2008
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EISSN:
1465-394X
ISSN:
0951-5089
URN:
uuid:50561c44-9612-4f1b-a0d9-46fcbe1edcf9
Source identifiers:
191848
Local pid:
pubs:191848

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