Generalization and the experience of obligations as externally imposed: Distinct contributors to the evolution of human cooperation

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It is worth distinguishing two phenomena involved in moral externalization: the experience of moral obligations as externally imposed and the tendency to generalize moral obligations. I propose that each played a distinct role in creating the conditions under which characteristically human cooperation could evolve.
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Artikelnummere108
TijdschriftBehavioral and Brain Sciences
Volume41
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StatusGepubliceerd - 1 jan 2018

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