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The tyrany of moral intuition?

Liberals don’t understand conservative values. And they can’t recognize this failing, because they’re so convinced of their rationality, open-mindedness and enlightenment. From Willian Saletan’s review of a new book by psychologist Jonathan Haidt. Haidt’s previous book, The Happiness Hypothesis, was … Continue reading ?
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