February 2013

Moral of the Story: Neanderthal Babies

Some days I go to uni with a list of things to do, they all get done, and I feel happy about it. Other days, I go to uni with a list of things to do, they all get done, yet I get to the end of the day feeling disgruntled. On one of those latter days, the main problem seemed to be that too few of the things on my to-do list had involved writing; I was in the mood for tangible outcomes, word counts and piles of paper, but nothing on my “now-done” list provided this. Read more about Moral of the Story: Neanderthal Babies

Ten Quick Questions With: Hanne M Watkins

Ten Quick Questions With is a new part of the Melbourne Moral Psychology Lab website where I'll be helping you get to know the members of the lab and other experts in the field. Today's interview is with Hanne Watkins, a prolific blog poster who's working on her PhD by looking at people's views on the morality of killing and how war affects those views.

Check out the full interview below and be sure to leave any extra questions or thoughts you have in the comments section.

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