Moral outrage

Ananthaswamy, Anil
January 2002
New Scientist;1/12/2002, Vol. 173 Issue 2325, p11
Focuses on the self-interest binding human societies together in Great Britain. Explanations on altruistic act and punishment; Outlets for human emotions; Emotions behind punishments.


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