Moral Reasoner

Donated on 5/31/1994

Horn-clause model that qualitatively simulates moral reasoning; Theory includes negated literals

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Domain-Theory

Subject Area

Computer Science

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# Instances

202

# Features

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Additional Information

This is a rule-based model that qualitatively simulates moral reasoning. The model was intended to simulate how an ordinary person, down to about age five, reasons about harm-doing. The horn-clause theory and the 202 instances are the same as were used in (Wogulis, 1994). The top-level predicate to predict is guilty/1. For more information, e.g. on the generation of instances, see (Wogulis, 1994).

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Creators

T.R. Shultz

J.M. Daley

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