Mothers and Others In the study of mothering, Sarah Hrdy has no peer. In Mothers and Others, we are treated to Hrdy's infectious writing, taking the reader on a tour of our evolved history as a cooperatively parenting species. The ideas are big, bold, and brain-bending. (Marc Hauser, author of Moral Minds: How Nature Designed Our Universal Sense of Right and Wrong) Boldly conceived and beautifully written, Mothers and Others makes a strong case that we humans are (or should be) cooperative breeders.
Philosophy & Ethics Part 1 - Lecture By Professor Dr. Werner Krieglstein (College of DuPage)
The Cognitive Neuroscience of Moral Judgement
Should We Trust Our Moral Intuitions?, by Peter Singer When we condemn the behavior of a politician, celebrity, or friend, we often end up appealing to our moral intuitions. “It just feels wrong!” we say. But where do these intuitive judgments come from? Are they reliable moral guides?
How and Where Does Moral Judgment Work?