Behaviour is Considered More Moral the More Common it is


From Medical Xpress: New research demonstrates that our view of selfish and altruistic behaviors is dependent upon how common they are; we are more likely to tolerate selfish behavior if we perceive it as common. This idea is based on flawed logic that confuses facts and statistics with moral values.

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