Disgust in the moral realm: do all roads lead to character?

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Giner-Sorolla, R. and Sabo, J. 2017. Disgust in the moral realm: do all roads lead to character? in: Duschinsky, R., Schnall, S. and Weiss, D. H. (ed.) Purity and danger now: new perspectives Routledge.
AuthorsGiner-Sorolla, R. and Sabo, J.
EditorsDuschinsky, R., Schnall, S. and Weiss, D. H.
KeywordsMoral disgust; Moral character; Moral judgment
Year2017
Book titlePurity and danger now: new perspectives
PublisherRoutledge
Output statusPublished
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Deposited17 Aug 2020
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