Tag: Moral psychology

  • What can Moral Psychology do for Normative Ethics?

    By: Daniel Tippens A heated debate has arisen since the rise of moral psychology as a scientific discipline. Moral psychology examines, descriptively, how we come to make moral judgments and have moral intuitions (these two terms I will henceforth use interchangeably). Some thinkers argue that normative ethics — the study of what we morally ought […]