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Moral Inferences.

By: Bonnefon, Jean-Francois.
Contributor(s): Trémolière, Bastien.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Current Issues in Thinking and Reasoning: Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2017Description: 1 online resource (221 p.).ISBN: 9781317383833.Subject(s): Ethics--Psychological aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Moral InferencesDDC classification: 171/.2 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Moral Inferences- Front Cover -- Moral Inferences -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Notes on contributors -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- References -- PART I: Inputs -- Chapter 2: Is morality unified, and does this matter for moral reasoning? -- Abstract -- Introduction -- What is the moral domain and is it unified? -- What are the consequences for moral inference? -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3: Causal models mediate moral inferences -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Moral intuitions in trolley dilemmas
Causal models and transfer of moral intuitions -- Force dynamics support patient-centered moral inferences -- General summary and discussion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4: The shadow and the tree: inference and transformation of cognitive content in psychology of moral judgment -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Lorge's Error -- The virtues of a Nazi -- Coda -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- References -- PART II: Processes -- Chapter 5: Reasons-based moral judgment and the erotetic theory -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Choices with reasons pro and contra
Experiment 1: Moral judgment with reasons pro and contra -- Experiment 2: Moral judgment with modulated reasons pro and contra -- Experiment 3: Beyond harm -- Toward an explanation of reasons-based judgment patterns -- The erotetic theory -- Moral inquisitiveness and creativity: rethinking the Milgram studies -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Instruction and vignettes for Experiment 3 -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 6: The power of moral arguments -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The effect of arguments on moral matters: a brief literature review -- Study 1: Effects of moral arguments on moral dilemmas
Study 2: Effects of group discussion on moral dilemmas -- Study 3: Effects of group discussion on moral dilemmas in a traditional population -- Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Chapter 7: Dual processes and conflict during moral and logical reasoning: a case for utilitarian intuitions? -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Dual processes and moral reasoning: a case for utilitarian intuitions? -- Dual processes and logical reasoning: a case for logical intuitions? -- Conclusion: towards a dual process theory 2.0? -- Note -- References
Chapter 8: Utilitarian vs. deontological reasoning: method, results, and theory -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Two-systems theory -- Generality and individual differences -- Some speculations about the origin of deontology -- Conclusion: why it matters -- Notes -- References -- PART III: Outputs -- Chapter 9: Archimedes in the lab: can science identify good moral reasoning? -- Abstract -- Cognitive science and the quest for an Archimedean cleaver -- The cognitive science of reasoning -- Non-Archimedean cleavers -- Archimedean non-cleavers -- Is Archimedean moral psychology possible? -- Notes
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Moral Inferences- Front Cover -- Moral Inferences -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Notes on contributors -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- References -- PART I: Inputs -- Chapter 2: Is morality unified, and does this matter for moral reasoning? -- Abstract -- Introduction -- What is the moral domain and is it unified? -- What are the consequences for moral inference? -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3: Causal models mediate moral inferences -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Moral intuitions in trolley dilemmas

Causal models and transfer of moral intuitions -- Force dynamics support patient-centered moral inferences -- General summary and discussion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4: The shadow and the tree: inference and transformation of cognitive content in psychology of moral judgment -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Lorge's Error -- The virtues of a Nazi -- Coda -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- References -- PART II: Processes -- Chapter 5: Reasons-based moral judgment and the erotetic theory -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Choices with reasons pro and contra

Experiment 1: Moral judgment with reasons pro and contra -- Experiment 2: Moral judgment with modulated reasons pro and contra -- Experiment 3: Beyond harm -- Toward an explanation of reasons-based judgment patterns -- The erotetic theory -- Moral inquisitiveness and creativity: rethinking the Milgram studies -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Instruction and vignettes for Experiment 3 -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 6: The power of moral arguments -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The effect of arguments on moral matters: a brief literature review -- Study 1: Effects of moral arguments on moral dilemmas

Study 2: Effects of group discussion on moral dilemmas -- Study 3: Effects of group discussion on moral dilemmas in a traditional population -- Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Chapter 7: Dual processes and conflict during moral and logical reasoning: a case for utilitarian intuitions? -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Dual processes and moral reasoning: a case for utilitarian intuitions? -- Dual processes and logical reasoning: a case for logical intuitions? -- Conclusion: towards a dual process theory 2.0? -- Note -- References

Chapter 8: Utilitarian vs. deontological reasoning: method, results, and theory -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Two-systems theory -- Generality and individual differences -- Some speculations about the origin of deontology -- Conclusion: why it matters -- Notes -- References -- PART III: Outputs -- Chapter 9: Archimedes in the lab: can science identify good moral reasoning? -- Abstract -- Cognitive science and the quest for an Archimedean cleaver -- The cognitive science of reasoning -- Non-Archimedean cleavers -- Archimedean non-cleavers -- Is Archimedean moral psychology possible? -- Notes

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