Monday, August 28, 2006

Blood on the tracks - The Boston Globe

Blood on the tracks - The Boston Globe:

"Greene and his colleagues described the finding as a partial victory for David Hume, the British philosopher who wrote that reason was a ``slave to the emotions.' But more precisely, they described moral decision-making as a process in which reason and emotion duke it out within the mind. The finding, they added, was also a blow to older theories of human development, which held that as we become adults, we stop making moral decisions with our emotions, as children do."

All you people who do mean things because they are rational. Well, yr just mean.

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