Intuitive ethics: how innately prepared intuitions generate culturally variable virtues

@article{Haidt2004IntuitiveEH,
  title={Intuitive ethics: how innately prepared intuitions generate culturally variable virtues},
  author={J. Haidt and Craig Joseph},
  journal={Daedalus},
  year={2004},
  volume={133},
  pages={55-66}
}
  • J. Haidt, Craig Joseph
  • Published 2004
  • Sociology
  • Daedalus
  • maps embellished with fantastical beasts, sixteenth-century wonder chambers 1⁄2lled with natural and technological marvels, even late-twentieth-century supermarket tabloids–all attest to the human fascination with things that violate our basic ideas about reality. The study of morality and culture is therefore an intrinsically fascinating topic. People have created moralities as divergent as those of Nazis and Quakers, headhunters and Jains. And yet, when we look closely at the daily lives of… CONTINUE READING
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