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  1. The Dual-Process Model and Moral Dilemmas: Reflection Does Not Drive Self-Sacrifice.David Simpson - unknown
    Greene uses evidence from psychology and neuroscience to argue that manual mode is conducive to utilitarian judgments. He further argues that these data, in conjunction with philosophical premises, lend normative support to utilitarianism. After defending Greene’s philosophical premises against critics, I contend that the current state of the evidence suggests that manual mode does not drive utilitarian responses to moral dilemmas involving self-sacrifice. I performed an experiment which replicated the positive association between cognitive reflection test scores and utilitarian responses to (...)
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