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The science of morality.
Amber Cazzell, Ph.D
Judgments and rules of conduct act as moral traffic lights which mobilize large groups of people to do damage control when conflicts arise.
Evolutionary mathematics can reveal how universal morals have evolved.
The nature of your relationship determines how you divvy up the restaurant check. But it also affects your moral judgments.
Amber Cazzell, Ph.D., is a psychologist and visiting scholar at Stanford. She is the creator of the Moral Science Podcast.