36: An Irresponsible Meta-Book Review of Joshua Greene’s “Moral Tribes”
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November 25, 2013
Our most irresponsible episode ever! Dave and Tamler talk about two reviews of a book they haven't read—Joshua Greene's Moral Tribes: Emotion, Reason, and the Gap Between Us and Them—and feel only a little shame. (Since the recording, at least one of us has finished the book). Can Greene successfully debunk all non-utilitarian intuitions? Does Greene have a dark enough view of human nature? What would an ideal moral world look like? Will Dave ever stop making fun of Tamler's haunted boy haircut? We answer all of these questions and more. Plus we respond to a listener's email and read a couple of our favorite iTunes reviews.LinksMoral tribes: Emotion, reason, and the gap between us and them by Joshua Greene [amazon.com]Joshua Greene's website [harvard.edu]Why can't we all just get along? The uncertain biological basis of morality. Robert Wright reviews "Moral Tribes" for The Atlantic.You Can't Learn About Morality from Brain Scans: The problem with moral psychology. Thomas Nagel Reviews "Moral Tribes" for the…