SYSTEMATIZING A MORAL CODE | Episode 11 | Better Humanhood Podcast

In the second of a four-part series on empathy — which will be a recurring theme throughout the podcast — we take a look at how to systematize if not empathy, a moral code. We also talk about the trolley problem, the drowning child, and killing baby Hitler.

Links:
Against Empathy by Paul Bloom
The Science of Evil by Simon Baron-Cohen
Andrew Yang
Steven Kotler on Duncan Trussell’s podcast
• Peter Diamandis
Kroger makes grocery deliveries in autonomous vehicles
Peter Singer’s drowning child
Stephen King’s 11/22/63
Trolley problem variations
Vox on the time travel problems with killing baby Hitler
• Tesla driver dies when car misses tractor trailer
Self-driving Uber kills a pedestrian
Simon Baron-Cohen’s Empathy Quotient exam
JoshShear.com: Systematizing empathy

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