Changing Times, Changing Minds

One of my early motivations for studying the morality of war in contrast to the morality of peace (or, "everyday morality") was that war has been around for a long time [1], and has long been tied to intragroup cooperation [2]. So, to the extent that we have reliable intuitions about harm in general, I … Continue reading Changing Times, Changing Minds


Crisis #1

For a while now, there has been talk by the water-cooler (and in the journal pages, and at the conferences, and on the twitter) about a crisis in psychology. For some reason, the crisis seems to have struck social psychology particularly hard - or maybe I just notice it because that's my sub-field? I would have liked to give … Continue reading Crisis #1