Argument Analysis Posts: Mind Perception and Morality
The first claim is that thought and morality are related. the idea of committing a crime
Immorality is an inference from evil spirits, meaning it is a natural association of immorality
(Graham and Iyer, 2012). Another statement by Graham and Iyer (2012) and Gray et al.
(2012) are progressive morals significantly affect mental programming. claim
The intent and suffering that surround the actions that unethical behavior can cause.
A third claim is that all moral behavior is seen and experienced as an agent
Pain (Graham & Iyer, 2012). The statement seeks to link unethical behavior to irrational decisions
To cover up or take revenge on something.
How the author supports and/or advances the argument
Mental state attribution is an important factor in immorality. all judgments are
They are believed to be from spirits, for better or worse, and this creates a direct connection between them
Choices and thoughts made (Graham & Iyer, 2012). Furthermore, the authors argue that morality is
Through perception, also built in the mind, which makes the connection between the two even stronger
Types of Evidence Used to Support Claims
The type of evidence used to support the claim is the nature of the bull
Various drawings leading to sketches. The final sketch did not show the real cow
But if the reference person sees the starting point, some similarities can be drawn (Gray et al.
a., 2012). The ability to filter and find correlations in the mind and justify it
Thinking skills to consider and determine what is moral and what is not.
How convincing is the evidence used to support the author’s claims
Evidence for how the mind affects perception and the ability to make decisions
judge. It is convincing in debates about morality and rationality. drawings and explanations
Derived to show how the mind reaches conclusions at different stages. Some
Endings can be immoral, but you have to build spiritual convictions to justify it
The importance of claiming that thought is naturally associated with immorality. so proven true
Rationality and morality are related.
Graham, J., & Iyer, R. (2012). The Essence Is Ambiguity: Forty-Four Clarifications
Question for Gray, Young and Waytz. Psychological Survey, 23(2), 162-165.
Gray, K., Young, L. and Waytz, A. (2012). Psychological perception is the essence
Morality. Psychological Survey, 23(2), 101-124.