Tuesday, April 7, 2009

The natural morality of child

I always had have passion to enjoy the “Moral judgments are like” …. rapid intuitive decisions and involve the emotion-processing parts of the brain. Most of us make snap moral judgments about what feels fair or not, or what feels good or not. We start doing this when we are babies, before we have language. And even as adults, we often can’t explain to ourselves why something feels wrong.” (David Brook’s “The End of Philosophy”).

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