Sacrificing oneself or another  /

Hypothesis and Expectations

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(same for Study 1a and Study 1b) Slote (1984) noted there are various types of asymmetry between self and others in moral domain. While some deeds might be judged to be immoral if they are done to others, when done to oneself, the same moral denouncement is missing. The present experiments will study one example of such an asymmetry. We hypothesize that people will be more willing to condemn kill...


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