The libertarian moral outlook

Will Wilkinson points to one of Jonathan Haidt’s recent papers, looking particularly at the findings with regard to self-described libertarians’ views on morality, describing them as supporting one of his propositions that “libertarians are liberals who like markets”.

For more background on Jonathan Haidt’s research beyond the rough sketch given by the Wikipedia article, you can read his website, watch these two Bloggingheads.tv diavlogs (the first of which is done with Will Wilkinson, each around 1 hour), watch this TED talk (19 minutes), or watch this talk at the 2008 Beyond Belief conference  (30 minutes).  Much of it is redundant, but it is in general a very interesting perspective.

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About Meng Bomin

Real name Benjamin Main, I am a graduate of Grinnell College with a degree in Biological Chemistry.
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