Recent work on the emotions and moral judgment by Jonathan Haidt, James Blair, and Joshua Greene has done much to revive a sentimentalist tradition of thinking about moral psychology. This chapter discusses the proper interpretation of this work in light of another venerable tradition: the idea that moral judgment is driven by moral rules.
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