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Unformatted text preview: are intelligent when their stories fit with our own. Rogoff mentioned Using ones own perspective and assuming that others do the same. I believe all these authors are giving examples of how we as human beings live by our moral judgments. Our brains are forever making connections in everything we do, see, and hear. It is all based on inexperience and experiences. This is how we create our own categories and stereotypes. The authors seem to argue that our moral judgment is the product of emotional and non-rational processes. Tavris and Aronson explain that in this process of moral judgment that emotions and reasoning both are involved, but automatic emotional processes tend to overpower reasoning. Hence the words discomfort an emotional feeling....
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Finnie during the Spring '12 term at Evergreen.
- Spring '12