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Tag Archives: moral disengagement
by Kathie MM Way to go, guys! We have the best set of alternatives we’ve seen since the Occupy Movement was pounced on by the entrenched elite that feared democracy, feared truth, feared loss of control. Today’s alternatives seem clear: Are you … Continue reading
Is it OK to kill innocent civilians to defeat international terrorism? Views from the U.S, Israel, and South Africa
By Michael Shachat Note from Kathie MM: Michael wrote an honors thesis under my direction two years ago when he was a senior at Boston University. This post is based on his thesis. Why is it that so many ordinary … Continue reading
by Kathie MM Trying to make sense out of human behavior, figuring out what makes people tick, is not just a concern of psychologists and social scientists. It seems to be a pretty widespread human desire. Moreover, given mankind’s long … Continue reading