Speciesism bibliography

Speciesism

Arneson, R. J. (1999) “What, if anything, renders all humans morally equal”, in Jamieson, D. (ed.) Singer and his critics, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 103-128.

Boxill, B. R. (1991) “Equality, discrimination and preferential treatment”, in Singer, P. (ed.) A companion to ethics, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 333-343.

Burgess-Jackson, K. (1998) “Doing right by our animal companions”, Journal of Ethics, 2, pp. 159-185.

Caviola, L.; Everett, J. A. & Faber, N. S. (2018) “The moral standing of animals: Towards a psychology of speciesism”, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, dx.doi.org/10.1037/pspp0000182.

Cushing, S. (2003) “Against ‘humanism’: Speciesism, personhood and preference”, Journal of Social Philosophy, 34, pp. 556-571.

DeGrazia, D. (1996) Taking animals seriously: Mental life and moral status, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Faria, C. & Paez, E. (2014) “Anthropocentrism and speciesism: Conceptual and normative issues”, Revista de Bioética y Derecho, 32, pp. 95-103 [accessed on 23 January 2016].

Gompertz, L. (1992 [1824]) Moral inquiries on the situation of man and of brutes, London: Open Gate.

Graft, D. (1997) “Against strong speciesism”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 14, pp. 107-118.

Holland, A. J. (1984) “On behalf of moderate speciesism”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 20, pp. 281-291.

Horta, O. (2010) “Discrimination in terms of moral exclusion”, Theoria: Swedish Journal of Philosophy, 76, pp. 346-364 [accessed on 15 February 2014].

Horta, O. (2010) “What is speciesism?”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 23, pp. 243-266 [accessed on 28 June 2013].

Kaufman, F. (1998) “Speciesism and the argument from misfortune”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 15, pp. 155-163.

LaFollette, H. & Shanks, N. (1996) “The origin of speciesism”, Philosophy, 71, pp. 41-61.

Lippert-Rasmussen, K. (2006) “Private discrimination: A prioritarian, desert-accommodating account”, San Diego Law Review, 43, pp. 817-856.

Lippert-Rasmussen, K. (2007) “Discrimination”, in Ryberg, J.; Petersen, T. S. & Wolf, C. (eds.) New waves in applied ethics, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 51-72.

Mason, J. (1998) “Misothery”, in Bekoff, M. & Meaney, C. A. (eds.) Encyclopedia of animal rights and animal welfare, Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, p. 245.

Patterson, C. (2002) Eternal Treblinka: Our treatment of animals and the Holocaust, New York: Lantern.

Persson, I. (1993) “A basis for (interspecies) equality”, in Cavalieri, P. & Singer, P. (eds.) The Great Ape Project, New York: St. Martin’s Press, pp. 183-193.

Pluhar, E. (1996) Beyond prejudice: The moral significance of human and nonhuman animals, Durham: Duke University Press.

Regan, T. (1979) “An examination and defense of one argument concerning animal rights”, Inquiry, 22, pp. 189-219.

Ryder, R. D. (2011) Speciesism, painism and happiness: A morality for the twenty-first century, Exeter: Imprint Academic, pp. 38-61.

Sapontzis, S. F. (1987) Morals, reason, and animals, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Sapontzis, S. F. (1990) “The meaning of speciesism and the forms of animal suffering”, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13, pp. 35-36.

Singer, P. (2009 [1975]) Animal liberation, Reissue ed., New York: Harper Perennial Modern Classics.

Spiegel, M. (1988) The dreaded comparison: Human and animal slavery, London: Heretic Books.

Sztybel, D. (2006) “Can the treatment of animals be compared to the Holocaust?”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 11, pp. 97-132.

Vallentyne, P. (2005) “Of mice and men: Equality and animals”, Journal of Ethics, 9, pp. 403-433.

Wasserman, D. (1998) “Discrimination, concept of”, in Chadwick, R. (ed.) Encyclopedia of applied ethics, San Diego: Academic Press, pp. 805-814.

Wilson, S. D. (2005) “The species-norm account of moral status”, Between the Species, 13 (5) [accessed on 27 August 2012].

Zamir, T. (2007) Ethics and the beast: A speciesist argument for animal rights, Princeton: Princeton University Press.

 

Arguments against speciesism

Carruthers, P. (1992) The animal issue: Moral theory in practice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ferry, L. (1995 [1992]) The new ecological order, Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Frey, R. G. (1980) Interests and rights: The case against animals, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gaita, R. (2003) The philosopher’s dog: Friendships with animals, London: Routledge.

Goldman, M. (2001) “A trascendental defense of speciesism”, Journal of Value Inquiry, 33, pp. 59-69.

Harrison, P. (1989) “Theodicy and animal pain”, Philosophy, 64, pp. 79-92.

Leahy, M. P. T. (1991) Against liberation: Putting animals in perspective, London: Routledge.

Midgley, M. (1983) Animals and why they matter, Athens: University Georgia Press.

Næss, A. (1989) Ecology, community and lifestyle, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Petrinovich, L. (1999) Darwinian dominion: Animal welfare and human interests, Massachusetts: MIT Press.

Posner, R. (2004) “Animal rights: Legal, philosophical and pragmatical perspectives”, in Sunstein, C. & Nussbaum, M. (eds.) Animal rights: Current debates and new directions, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 51-77.

Reichmann, J. B. (2000) Evolution, animal ‘rights’ and the environment, Washington: The Catholic University of America Press.

 

The argument from impartiality

Baier, K. (1958) The moral point of view: A rational basis of ethics, Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Barry, B. (1995) Justice as impartiality, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Brandt, R. B. (1954) “The definition of an ‘ideal observer’ in ethics”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 15, pp. 407-413.

Brandt, R. B. (1979) A theory of the good and the right, Oxford: Clarendon.

Gert, B. (1995) “Moral impartiality”, Midwest Studies in Philosophy, 20, pp. 102-127.

Hare, R. M. (1981) Moral thinking, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Harsanyi, J. C. (1977) Rational behavior and bargaining equilibrium in games and social situations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Harsanyi, J. C. (1982) “Morality and the theory of rational behaviour”, in Sen, A. K. & Williams, B. A. O. (eds.) Utilitarianism and beyond, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 39-62.

Henberg, M. C. (1978) “Impartiality”, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 8, pp. 715-724.

Horta, O. (2010) “Discrimination in terms of moral exclusion”, Theoria: Swedish Journal of Philosophy, 76, pp. 346-364 [accessed on 13 February 2014].

Kekes, J. (1981) “Morality and impartiality”, American Philosophical Quarterly, 18, pp. 295-303.

Lippert-Rasmussen, K. (2006) “Private discrimination: A prioritarian, desert-accommodating account”, San Diego Law Review, 43, pp. 817-856.

Nagel, T. (1986) The view from nowhere, New York: Oxford University Press.

Nagel, T. (1991) Equality and partiality, New York: Oxford University Press.

Nussbaum, M. C. (2006) Frontiers of justice: Disability, nationality, species membership, Cambridge: Belknap.

Opotow, S. (1993) “Animals and the scope of justice”, Journal of Social Issues, 49, pp. 71-86.

Rawls, J. (1999 [1971]) A theory of justice, rev. ed., Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Rawls, J. (2001) Justice as fairness: A Restatement, Cambridge: Belknap.

Regan, T. & VanDeVeer, D. (eds.) (1982) And justice for all, Totowa: Rowan and Littlefield.

Rowlands, M. (2009 [1998]) Animal rights: Moral, theory and practice, 2nd ed., New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Scanlon, T. M. (1998) What we owe to each other, Cambridge: Belknap.

Sidgwick, H. (1907) The methods of ethics, 7th ed., London: Macmillan [accessed on 15 April 2018].

Singer, P. (1972) “Famine, affluence, and morality”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 1, pp. 229-243.

Teitelman, M. (1972) “The limits of individualism”, Journal of Philosophy, 69, pp. 545-556.

VanDeVeer, D. (1979) “Of beasts, persons and the original position”, The Monist, 62, pp. 368-377.

VanDeVeer, D. (1987) “Interspecific justice”, The Monist, 22, pp. 55-79.

Wolf, S. (1992) “Morality and partiality”, Philosophical Perspectives, 6, pp. 243-259.

 

Begging the question

Cohen, M. R.; Nagel, E. & Corcoran, J. (1993) An introduction to logic, Indianapolis: Hackett.

Coleman, R. (2006) “What is circular reasoning?”, Numeraire.com [accessed on 11 February 2013].

Cushing, S. (2003) “Against ‘humanism’: Speciesism, personhood and preference”, Journal of Social Philosophy, 34, pp. 556-571.

Diamond, C. (1991) “The importance of being human”, in Cockburn, D. (ed.) Human beings, Cambridge: Royal Institute of Philosophy, pp. 35-62.what

Gaita, R. (2003) The philosopher’s dog: Friendships with animals, London: Routledge.

Hansen, H. V. & Pinto, R. C. (eds.) (1995) Fallacies: Classical and contemporary readings, University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.

Harrison, P. (1989) “Theodicy and animal pain”, Philosophy, 64, pp. 79-92.

Horta, O. (2010) “What is speciesism?”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 23, pp. 243-266 [accessed on 28 June 2013].

Hsiao, T. (2015) “In defense of eating meat”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 28, pp. 277-291.

Hsiao, T. (2017) “Industrial farming is not cruel to animals”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 02 February.

Hurley, P. J. (2000) A concise introduction to logic, Belmont: Wadsworth.

Kahane, H. & Cavender, N. (2005) Logic and contemporary rhetoric: The use of reason in everyday life, Belmont: Cengage Learning.

Logical Fallacies (2009) “Begging the question/circular reasoning”, Logical Fallacies [accessed on 11 February 2013].

Lunsford, A. & Ruszkiewicz, J. (1998) Everything’s an argument, Boston: Bedford.

Machan, T. (2004) Putting humans first: Why we are nature’s favorite, Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield.

The Nizkor Project (1991-2012) “Fallacy: Begging the question”, The Nizkor Project [accessed on 11 February 2013].

Posner, R. A. (2004) “Animal rights: Legal, philosophical and pragmatic perspectives”, in Sunstein, C. & Nussbaum, M. (eds.) Animal rights: Current debates and new directions, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 51-77.

Reichmann, J. B. (2000) Evolution, animal ‘rights’ and the environment, Washington: The Catholic University of America Press.

Ryder, R. D. (1989) Animal revolution: Changing attitudes towards speciesism, Oxford: Blackwell.

Singer, P. (2004) “Ethics beyond species and beyond instincts: A response to Richard Posner”, in Sunstein, C. & Nussbaum, M. (eds.) Animal rights: Current debates and new directions, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 78-92.

Waldau, P. (2002) The specter of speciesism: Buddhist and Christian views of animals, New York: Oxford University Press.

Waldau, P. (2006) A communion of subjects: Animals in religion, science, and ethics, New York: Columbia University Press.

 

The argument from species overlap

Arneson, R. J. (1999) “What, if anything, renders all humans morally equal”, in Jamieson, D. (ed.) Singer and his critics, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 103-128.

Bastian, B.; Loughnan, S.; Haslam, N. & Radke, H. R. (2012) “Don’t mind meat? The denial of mind to animals used for human consumption”, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38, pp. 247-256.

Becker, L. C. (1983) “The priority of human interests”, in Miller, H. B. & Williams, W. (eds.) Ethics and animals, Clifton: Humana Press, pp. 225-242.

Bentham, J. (1996 [1907]) Introduction to the principles of moral and legislation, Oxford: Clarendon, p. 282n.

Bernstein, J. H. (1998) On moral considerability: An essay on who morally matters, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Callicott, J. B. (1989) In defense of the land ethic: Essays in environmental philosophy, Albany: The State University of New York Press.

Carruthers, P. (1992) The animals issue: Moral theory in practice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cushing, S. (2003) “Against ‘humanism’: Speciesism, personhood and preference”, Journal of Social Philosophy, 34, pp. 556-571.

DeGrazia, D. (1996) Taking animals seriously: Mental life and moral status, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Dombrowski, D. A. (1997) Babies and beasts: The argument from marginal cases, Chicago: University of Illinois.

Ehnert, J. (2002) The argument from species overlap, master’s thesis, Blacksburg: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University [accessed on 23 August 2018].

Francis, L. P. & Norman, R. (1978) “Some animals are more equal than others”, Philosophy, 53, pp. 507-527.

Frey, R. G. & Paton, William (1989) “Vivisection, morals and medicine: An exchange”, in Regan, T. & Singer, P. (eds.) Animal rights and human obligations, Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall, pp. 223-226.

Horta, O. (2010) “What is speciesism?”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 23, pp. 243-266 [accessed on 28 June 2013].

Horta, O. (2014) “The scope of the argument from species overlap”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 31, pp. 142-154 [accessed on 25 October 2014].

Kaufman, F. (1998) “Speciesism and the argument from misfortune”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 15, pp. 155-163.

Leahy, M. P. T. (1991) Against liberation: Putting animals in perspective, London: Routledge.

McCloskey, H. J. (1979) “Moral rights and animals”, Inquiry, 22, pp. 23-54.

McMahan, J. (1996) “Cognitive disability, misfortune, and justice”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 25, pp. 3-35.

McMahan, J. (2002) The ethics of killing: Problems at the margins of life, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Midgley, M. (1983) Animals and why they matter, Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Narveson, J. (1977) “Animal rights”, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 7, pp. 161-178.

Narveson, J. (1987) “On a case for animal rights”, The Monist, 70, pp. 31-49.

Petrinovich, L. (1999) Darwinian dominion: Animal welfare and human interests, Massachusetts: MIT Press.

Pluhar, E. (1987) “The personhood view and the argument from marginal cases”, Philosophica, 39, pp. 23-38.

Pluhar, E. (1996) Beyond prejudice: The moral significance of human and nonhuman animals, Durham: Duke University Press.

Porphyry (1823 [ca. 280]) Abstinence from animal food, London: Thomas Taylor [accessed on 12 November 2012].

Regan, T. (1979) “An examination and defense of one argument concerning animal rights”, Inquiry, 22, pp. 189-219.

Singer, P. (2009 [1975]), Animal liberation, New York: Harper Perenial Modern Classics.

Wilson, S. D. (2005) “The species-norm account of moral status”, Between the Species, 13 (5) [accessed on 13 February 2013].

 

The argument from relevance

Becker, L. C. (1983) “The priority of human interests”, in Miller, H. B. & Williams, W. H. (eds.) Ethics and animals, Clifton: Humana Press, pp. 225-242.

Bernstein, M. H. (1998) On moral considerability: An essay on who morally matters, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bernstein, M. H. (2002) “Marginal cases and moral relevance”, Journal of Social Philosophy, 33, pp. 523-539.

Bernstein, M. H. (2004) “Neo-Speciesism”, Journal of Social Philosophy, 35, pp. 380-390.

Callicott, J. B. (1989) In defense of the land ethic: Essays in environmental philosophy, Albany: State University of New York Press.

Carruthers, P. (1992) The animals issue: Moral theory in practice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Comstock, G. (1992) “The moral irrelevance of autonomy”, Between the Species, 8, pp. 15-27.

Cushing, S. (2003) “Against ‘humanism’: Speciesism, personhood and preference”, Journal of Social Philosophy, 34, pp. 556-571.

DeGrazia, D. (1996) Taking animals seriously: Mental life and moral status, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Diamond, C. (1991) “The importance of being human”, in Cockburn, D. (ed.) Human beings, Cambridge: Royal Institute of Philosophy, pp. 35-62.

Ehnert, J. (2002) The argument from species overlap, master’s thesis, Blacksburg: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University [accessed on 23 August 2018].

Francis, L. P. & Norman, R. (1978) “Some animals are more equal than others”, Philosophy, 53, pp. 507-527.

Gaita, R. (2003) The philosophers dog: Friendships with animals, London: Routledge.

Goldman, M. (2001) “A transcendental defense of speciesim”, Journal of Value Inquiry, 35, pp. 59-69.

Hare, R. M. (1989) “Relevance”, in Hare, R. M. Essays in ethical theory, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 191-211.

Horta, O. (2010) “What is speciesism?”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 23, pp. 243-266 [accessed on 28 June 2013].

Horta, O. (2018) “Moral considerability and the argument from relevance”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 31, pp. 369-388 [accessed on 14 July 2018].

Leahy, M. P. T. (1991) Against liberation: Putting animals in perspective, London: Routledge.

McCloskey, H. J. (1979) “Moral rights and animals”, Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, 22, pp. 23-54.

McMahan, J. (1996) “Cognitive disability, misfortune, and justice”, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 25, pp. 3-35.

Midgley, M. (1983) Animals and why they matter, Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Narveson, J. (1999) Moral matters, Toronto: Broadview. Goldman, M. (2001) “A transcendental defense of speciesim”, Journal of Value Inquiry, 35, pp. 59-69.

Petrinovich, L. (1999) Darwinian dominion: Animal welfare and human interests, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Pluhar, E. B. (1988) “Is there a morally relevant difference between human and animal nonpersons?”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 1, pp. 59-68.

Pluhar, E. B. (1995) Beyond prejudice: The moral significance of human and nonhuman animals, Durham: Duke University Press.

Posner, R. A. (2004) “Animal rights: Legal, philosophical and pragmatical perspectives”, in Sunstein, C. R. & Nussbaum, M. (eds.) Animal rights: Current debates and new directions, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 51-77.

Robinson, W. S. (1997) “Some nonhuman animals can have pains in a morally relevant sense”, Biology and Philosophy, 12, pp. 51-71.

Ryder, R. D. (1975) Victims of science: The use of animals in research, London: Davis-Poynter.

Ryder, R. D. (1998) “Speciesism”, in Bekoff, M. & Meaney, C. A. (eds.) Encyclopaedia of animal rights and animal welfare, Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, p. 320.

Sapontzis, S. F. (1987) Morals, reason, and animals, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Singer, P. (2009 [1975]) Animal liberation, reissue ed., New York: Harper Perennial Modern Classics.

 

Moral intuitions and biases

Andow, J. (2016) “Reliable but not home free? What framing effects mean for moral intuitions”, Philosophical Psychology, 29, pp. 904-911.

Bastian, B.; Loughnan, S.; Haslam, N. & Radke, H. R. (2012) “Don’t mind meat? The denial of mind to animals used for human consumption”, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38, pp. 247-256.

Bedke, M. S. (2008) “Ethical intuitions: What they are, what they are not, and how they justify”, American Philosophical Quarterly, 43, pp. 253-270 [accessed on 25 March 2017].

Bedke, M. S. (2010) “Intuitional epistemology in ethics”, Philosophy Compass, 5, pp. 1069-1083.

Bengson, J. (2013) “Experimental attacks on intuitions and answers”, Phenomenological Research, 86, pp. 495-532.

Braddock, M. (2016) “Evolutionary debunking: Can moral realists explain the reliability of our moral judgments?”, Philosophical Psychology, 29, pp. 844-857.

Cappelen, H. (2012) Philosophy without intuitions, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Caviola, L.; Everett, J. A. & Faber, N. S. (2018) “The moral standing of animals: Towards a psychology of speciesism”, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, dx.doi.org/10.1037/pspp0000182.

Daniels, N. (1996) Justice and justification: Reflective equilibrium in theory and practice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ehnert, J. (2002) The argument from species overlap, master’s thesis, Blacksburg: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University [accessed on 23 August 2018].

Foot, P. (1967) “The problem of abortion and the doctrine of double effect”, Oxford Review, 5, pp. 5-15 [accessed on 25 March 2017].

Greene, J. D. (2013) Moral tribes: Emotion, reason, and the gap between us and them, New York: Penguin.

Greene, J. D.; Sommerville, R. B.; Nystrom, L. E.; Darley, J. M. & Cohen, J. D. (2001) “An fMRI investigation of emotional engagement in moral judgment”, Science, 293, pp. 2105-2108.

Horta, O. (2014) “The scope of the argument from species overlap”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 31, pp. 142-154 [accessed on 25 October 2014].

Lillehammer, H. (2011) “The epistemology of ethical intuitions”, Philosophy, 86, pp. 175-200.

McMahan, J. (2005) “Our fellow creatures”, Journal of Ethics, 9, pp. 353-380.

McMahan, J. (2010) “Moral intuition”, in LaFollette, H. (ed.) The Blackwell guide to ethical theory, Malden: Blackwell, pp. 92-110.

Nagel, J. (2012) “Intuitions and experiments: A defense of the case method in epistemology”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 85, pp. 495-527.

Pluhar, E. B. (1995) Beyond prejudice: The moral significance of human and nonhuman animals, Durham: Duke University Press.

Rawls, J. (1951) “Outline of a decision procedure for ethics”, Philosophical Review, 60, pp. 177-197;

Rawls, J. (1999 [1971]) A theory of justice, rev. ed., Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Ross, W. D. (2002 [1930]) The right and the good, Oxford: Clarendon.

Sencerz, S. (1986) “Moral intuitions and justification in ethics”, Philosophical Studies: An International Journal for Philosophy in the Analytic Traditions, 50, pp. 77-95.

Singer, P. (1974) “Sidgwick and reflective equilibrium”, The Monist, 58, pp. 490-517.

Singer, P. (2004) “Ethics beyond species and beyond instincts: A response to Richard Posner”, in Sunstein, C. & Nussbaum, M. (eds.) Animal rights: Current debates and new directions, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 78-92

Singer, P. (2005) “Ethics and intuitions”, The Journal of Ethics, 95, pp. 331-352.

Sinnott-Armstrong, W.; Young, L. & Cushman, F. (2010) “Moral intuitions”, in Doris, J. M. (ed.) The moral psychology handbook, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 246-272.

Sosa, E. (2007) “Experimental philosophy and philosophical intuition”, Philosophical Studies, 13, pp. 99-107

Stratton-Lake, P. (ed.) (2002) Ethical intuitionism: Re-evaluations, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Street, S. (2006) “A Darwinian dilemma for realist theories of value”, Philosophical Studies, 127, pp. 109-166.

Tersman, F. (2008) “The reliability of moral intuitions: A challenge from neuroscience”, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 86, pp. 389-405.

Thomson, J. J. (1976) “Killing, letting die, and the trolley problem”, The Monist, 59, pp. 204-217.

Thomson, J. J. (1985) “The trolley problem”, Yale Law Journal, 94, pp. 1395-1415.

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Woodward, J. & Allman, J. (2007) “Moral intuition: Its neural substrates and normative significance”, Journal of Physiology (Paris), 101, pp. 179-202.

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