Conference Talk I – CBEN 2021

What motivates direct and indirect punishment? Extending the ‘intuitive retributivism’ hypothesis Catherine Molho, Mathias Twardawski, & Lei Fan In human societies, moral offenses are often met with punishment. Punishers may be motivated by retribution—i.e., wanting to repay the harm done—and/or general deterrence—i.e., wanting to prevent onlookers from committing similar offenses in the future. Punishment motivated […]