Abstract

Abstract:

This article discusses the ethics of right-wing populism. Using the works of psychologist Jonathan Haidt, it argues that there is a fundamental difference in the ethical orientations of right-wing populists and their liberal opponents. This difference helps explain the populist distrust of deliberative dialogue. It also sheds light on the political polarization that has resulted from the recent culture wars.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2161-6302
Print ISSN
0038-1861
Pages
pp. 158-169
Launched on MUSE
2019-07-29
Open Access
No
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