Posted by: grokscience | April 25, 2007

Moral Brains

Morality often is considered a largely sociological issue. However, recent advances in neurobiology are demonstrating that human brains are wired for morality. On this program, Prof. Marc Hauser from Harvard University discussed the biology of morality.

So, is it wrong to pick your nose? 😉

 

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