Moral intuitions are not often, and may be almost never, arrived at through reason. That may be a problem, when economic institutions evolve faster than our moral intuitions. Published on: July 31, 2018Author: Mike Munger
Mike Munger considers the following as important: atavism, David Hume, Economics, Morality
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Moral intuitions are not often, and may be almost never, arrived at through reason.