• Summary of Jonathan Haidt's The Righteous Mind

  • By: Falcon Press
  • Narrated by: Paul Bartlett
  • Length: 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
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  1. Many people wonder what the roots of morality are. The nativist approach states that morality is innate; that is, we are born knowing right from wrong, whereas the empiricist approach suggests that morality comes from childhood learning. 
  2. There is the possibility of a third approach: the rationalist approach. It suggests that morality is entirely self-constructed by children based on their own experiences with harm. Children learn that harm is wrong because they hate being hurt. Therefore, they won’t harm others because they understand it’s unfair and cruel.
  3. The rationalist approach states that people everywhere should be able to agree on what is right and wrong, because they all have the same gut feelings about disrespect, injustice, and cruelty. Thus, they should have the same moral reasoning abilities. However, this is a logical fallacy.
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