The ‘moral circle’ is the boundary drawn around those entities in the world deemed worthy of moral consideration. Can this important moral category be expanded?
What was our society like centuries ago? What is like today? What will it look like in the future?
The simple fact is that we all sin (or rather 'sin'), and we do it all the time. But fear not: the seven deadly sins aren't as bad for you as you might think.
Do you have an easy to pronounce name? If you do then you likely to be better off.
Which of your grandparents loves you most?
Why being happy can mess with your memory
Our moral judgments are subject to all kinds of subtle influences, but can text font change the way we think about moral violations?
Scientists are exploring the triggers for our social behaviour –
and politicians should be taking note
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