Is morality always and everywhere, cooperative?

07 November
13:30 - 17:00
Building IPO at TU/e campus (room 0.98)

Many theories in the field of morality research claim that morality is about concepts like cooperation and altruism. The theory of “Morality As Cooperation” has used game-theoretical principles to derive seven domains in which morality should occur. This provides an alternative to, for example, “Moral Foundations Theory”, which was derived in a data-driven way. To expand on this, we invite three speakers as a build-up towards a debate, entitled Is morality always and everywhere, cooperative?

This event is organized by 4TU and relevent for disciplines such as (developmental) psychology, anthropology, philosophy, ethnography, evolutionary science, and human technology interaction.

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