How Do Morals Change? Emotions Such as Empathy and Disgust Might Be at the Root of Morality, but Psychologists Should Also Study the Roles of Deliberation and Debate in How Our Opinions Shift Over Time, Argues Paul Bloom
Nature 2010 March 25; 464(7288): 490
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