The paper focuses on the effects of recent psychological findings on the theory of adjudication – putting emphasis on the role played by emotions in the decisionmaking process. Two different philosophical claims will be analysed, starting from the very famous topos of digestive justice: the idea that the decision-making process is completely predictable (determinism) versus the irrationality of the decision claimed by the realists. In the conclusion a non-naturalistic perspective will be sketched, aiming at including the novel knowledge arising from psychology – i.e. emotions are part of physiological process of decision-making

Emozioni e teoria del giudizio: una prima ricostruzione / Farano, Alessia. - In: BIOLAW JOURNAL. - ISSN 2284-4503. - 1(2020), pp. 431-440.

Emozioni e teoria del giudizio: una prima ricostruzione

Alessia Farano
2020

Abstract

The paper focuses on the effects of recent psychological findings on the theory of adjudication – putting emphasis on the role played by emotions in the decisionmaking process. Two different philosophical claims will be analysed, starting from the very famous topos of digestive justice: the idea that the decision-making process is completely predictable (determinism) versus the irrationality of the decision claimed by the realists. In the conclusion a non-naturalistic perspective will be sketched, aiming at including the novel knowledge arising from psychology – i.e. emotions are part of physiological process of decision-making
Law and Emotions; decision-making; digestive justice; Neurolaw
Emozioni e teoria del giudizio: una prima ricostruzione / Farano, Alessia. - In: BIOLAW JOURNAL. - ISSN 2284-4503. - 1(2020), pp. 431-440.
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