Experiments in Ethics
Many philosophers have been sceptical about the relevance of empirical moral psychology to ethics. But Appiah points out that philosophy has almost always had an experimental side. David Hume, he says, was "adamant that moral philosophy had to be grounded in facts about human nature, in psychology and history".
- Morality Studies The New York Times, 3 February 2008.
- Experiments in Ethics Times Higher Education, 27 March 2008.
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