ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOSTILITY AND MORALITY: AFFECTIVE AND REFLECTIVE BASIS OF BELIEFS
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Part I deals with mechanism of influence of a primary affect (subcortical evaluative reactions to external stimulation) on information processing, evaluative judgments and formation of social beliefs. Affect based aggressive beliefs are connected with a high degree of certainty of one's own moral rights, and as such - are rigid, and resistant to change. Part II rises the problem how possible could be a change of such type of beliefs. An influence of reflective standards of evaluation on automatic affective reactions is discussed.
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