Modelos de moralidade

Molly Crokett

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Os dilemas morais geram conflitos entre duas tradições: a consequencialista, que avalia ações baseadas em seus resultados, e a deontológica, que avalia as ações em si. Elas se assemelham de forma marcante a duas distintas estruturas de decisão: um sistema baseado em modelos que seleciona ações fundadas em inferências acerca de suas consequências; e um sistema livre de modelos que seleciona ações com base em seu histórico de incentivos. Aqui, considero como esses sistemas, juntamente com um sistema pavloviano que responde reflexivamente a recompensas e punições, podem iluminar enigmas na psicologia moral.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5102/rbpp.v8i2.5630

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