Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Fairness, Equity, and Justice by Meng Li
This volume combines the latest research by emerging scientists and leading scientists, representing a variety of disciplines based on human preferences for justice, equity and justice. Although predictions derived from…
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Fairness, Equity, and Justice synopsis
This volume combines the latest research by emerging scientists and leading scientists, representing a variety of disciplines based on human preferences for justice,equity and justice. Although predictions derived from evolutionary and economic theories that individuals will act in the service of maximizing their own usefulness and survival, humans do not only act collaboratively, but in many cases, tend to altruism, and give them to others unrelated to cost themselves . Human beings seem to be as preoccupied as any other with issues of justice,equity and justice. But what exactly is just and how are the standards of justice preserved? How should we decide, and decide, between justice and efficiency? How to translate the idea of equity across cultures? What is the relationship between human evolution and moral development? The chapters gathered shed light on these questions and more to enhance our understanding of these unique human concerns.
Through its increasingly extensive structure, this volume begins by exploring issues of justice,equity and justice on a small scale, such as the neural foundation of justice, and then progresses through the consideration of these issues in individual family and family, and ultimately in cultural and social spaces. .
More importantly, contributors are selected from diverse fields such as anthropology, neuroscience, behavioral economics, bioethics, and psychology. Thus, the classes provide additional value and insights when reading collectively, with the ultimate goal of promoting distinct disciplines as they investigate similar research questions about prosociality.
In addition, special attention is given to empirical research approaches and policy implications on some of the most pressing social issues, such as the allocation of scarce medical resources and the moral development of children. Reflective, informative and multifaceted perspectives on equity,justice and justice are valuable reading for policy makers, anthropologists, ethicists, psychologists, neuroscientists, and all those interested in these questions about the essence of human nature..
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