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Jonathan Haidt's web site

Jonathan Haidt on Wikipedia

Jonathan's profile on TED.com and an actual TED Talk by Jonathan

Jonathan on Colbert Report

There are a ton of videos, interviews, book reviews and lectures either by or about Jonathan Haidt so please feel free to add anything you find to this thread.



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I find Haidt's work very interesting (I love the work on moral dumbfounding), but I often disagree with his explanations and interpretations of his research. I'm looking forward to reading the book, but may be a slightly late starter depending on when my copy arrives.

Another resource that people might find interesting is a website Haidt and a couple of others have been running for a few years and it looks like the Righteous Mind might be closely related to it. It has a good section on "understanding the other side" of politics for conservatives and liberals.


http://www.civilpolitics.org/



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I would really like to read along, but it will depend on if I can get a copy of the book. Here is something that might be interesting, a website run by Haidt that you can take his Morality Quiz. It might be fun to do before reading the book.

http://www.yourmorals.org/explore.php?P ... ecd3da258e



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enjoyed the ted talk, off to take the morality test next.



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enjoyed the ted talk, off to take the morality test next.

So...are you moral or not? :lol:



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i'm a little bit moral :lol:



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Saffron wrote:
I would really like to read along, but it will depend on if I can get a copy of the book. Here is something that might be interesting, a website run by Haidt that you can take his Morality Quiz. It might be fun to do before reading the book.

http://www.yourmorals.org/explore.php?P ... ecd3da258e


Interesting, there's one that has you put a price on doing lots of unpleasant things.

I'm too lazy to register and then answer it all.



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Don't say it - I know this discussion is basically over, but I am a slow thinking kind gal (I don't mean slow in that way ;) ), no fast thinking going on here I'm afraid (I do plan to get to that book too at some point). I thought that Mr. Haidt's profile page on UVA's site was interesting and had lots of links - thought I'd share in case there are other slow pokes like myself.

http://www.batten.virginia.edu/content/ ... name-haidt



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