The case for Nietzschean moral psychology

@inproceedings{Knobe2006TheCF,
  title={The case for Nietzschean moral psychology},
  author={J. Knobe and B. Leiter},
  year={2006}
}
Contemporary moral psychology has been dominated by two broad traditions, one usually associated with Aristotle, the other with Kant. The broadly Aristotelian approach emphasizes the role of childhood upbringing in the development of good moral character, and the role of such character in ethical behavior. The broadly Kantian approach emphasizes the role of freely chosen conscious moral principles in ethical behavior. We review a growing body of experimental evidence that suggests that both of… Expand
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