Most recent work in moral psychology has focused on judgments concerning strangers in strange situations (for example, the ubiquitous ‘trolly’ dilemma). But many moral judgments in real life concern people with whom we stand in some kind of social relationship: friends, family, teachers, students, bosses, employees, romantic partners, acquaintances, and so forth. In this talk, I’ll share recent and forthcoming work on how we can explain and predict everyday human moral judgments in rich socio-relational contexts, based on an underlying framework that captures that cooperative functions that different relationships are normatively expected to serve in a given society.
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Meeting ID: 844 9534 7697