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What If We Kill Because We Always Think It’s The Right Thing To Do?

Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling What if violent behavior – such as killing among human beings – is not necessarily a breach of moral codes but the very embodiment of them. At least that’s what moral psychologist Tage Shakti Rai and social anthropologist Alan Page Fiske maintains in “Virtuous Violence: Hurting and killing to Create, Sustain, End, and Honor Social Relationships.” In other words, they discovered people ultimately kill not because of revenge, political power or economic greed, but because they think it’s the right thing to do. Moreover, they believe the differences between moral codes used in killing can be found in various physiological aspects of the brain and…

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