Moral Attitudes and Decision-Making at the Kenan Institute for Ethics explores why and how people think and behave through the lenses of psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, and sociology. Through interdisciplinary projects as well as a vertically-integrated lab, students and faculty work together to better understand aspects of human motivation and human behavior, and to disseminate findings on these normative, ethical issues.
- Walter Sinnott-Armstrong examines the defense “my brain made me do it”
- Noah Pickus to help lead new Duke academic strategic planning committee
- Nina Strohminger identifies moral decisions as key in choosing partners
- Director Noah Pickus talks about Duke’s Liberal Arts in China Committee
- Walter Sinnott-Armstrong asks if neuroscience undermines free will