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Paul Bloom is Brooks and Suzanne Ragen Professor of Psychology & Cognitive Science at Yale University and author of Just Babies: The Origins of Good and Evil.
Callard’s claim about the rationality of anger is puzzling.
Most people own things they don’t really need. It is worth thinking about why.
Even if everything I say about luxury goods is true, Debra Satz argues, it would have no policy
Most people see the benefits of empathy as too obvious to require justification.
I am grateful to the commentators, even the one who said that my position is what led to the
The thought of being blamed by others can motivate good behavior.
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