Handout_8-+More+on+trolley+problems

Handout_8-+More+on+trolley+problems - No! All these groups...

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Handout#8 More on trolley problems Sripada Phil 156 Online survey 5000 subjects saw all four scenarios in randomized order To avoid interference effects, answers to only first question were part of main analysis. Do subjects of different genders, ages, educational backgrounds, ethnicities, religions and national affiliations judge that scenario 1 is more permissible than scenario 2, and that scenario 3 is less permissible than scenario 4?
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Unformatted text preview: No! All these groups have the same patterns of intuitions. Can subjects who judged differently in scenarios 3 and 4 provide a sufficient justification of their differing judgments? No! Only 3 out of 23 subjects provided a sufficient justification....
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