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📙 Implicit bias and philosophy. Volume 2, Moral responsibility, structural injustice, and ethics by Brownstein, Michael S.; Saul, Jennifer Mather — free pdf


Most people have implicit biases: they evaluate social groups in ways that they are unconscious of or cannot control, and which may run counter to their conscious beliefs and values. This volume explores the themes of moral responsibility in implicit bias, structural injustice in society, and strategies for implicit attitude change.

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