We arrive late for a meeting – or miss it altogether. We perform poorly during an interview. We lose our temper over a trivial matter. We are inconsiderate to a friend. How do we explain ourselves? Read More
Nearly every day, we see news reports about morally shocking behaviors – behaviors that seem to be explained only by the presence of evil. But what do we lose by invoking the concept of evil? Read More
Robert N. Kraft, Ph.D., is professor of cognitive psychology at Otterbein University.