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Putting normativity in its proper place

  • Tania Lombrozo (a1) and Kevin Uttich (a1)

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Knobe considers two explanations for the influence of moral considerations on “non-moral” cognitive systems: the “person as moralist” position, and the “person as [biased] scientist” position. We suggest that this dichotomy conflates questions at computational and algorithmic levels, and suggest that distinguishing the issues at these levels reveals a third, viable option, which we call the “rational scientist” position.

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Marr, D. (1982) Vision: A computational investigation into the human representation and processing of visual information. Henry Holt.
Uttich, K. & Lombrozo, T. (2010) Norms inform mental state ascriptions: A rational explanation for the side-effect effect. Cognition 116:87100.

Putting normativity in its proper place

  • Tania Lombrozo (a1) and Kevin Uttich (a1)

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