Diana Fleischman

Diana Fleischman is an Associate Professor at the University of Portsmouth. In addition to psychological research Diana is involved in effective altruism and currently sits on the board for Sentience Institute, a think tank promoting expansion of the moral circle to nonhuman animals. On February 8th Diana will be delivering the annual Darwin Day lecture on the evolution of human morality in London for the British Humanist Society.

Recent Posts

March 2, 2012 in Morality, Special Publication

Universal morality is obscured by evolved morality

Evolved morality not only obscures universal morality but also creates an aversion to improvements to humans that would align our intuitions with actions that promote sentient well-being.
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