Alex Wiegmann
Alex Wiegmann
PostDoc, Ruhr University Bochum, Emmy Noether Research Group "Extra", Institute of Philosophy II
Verified email at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
TitleCited byYear
Putting the trolley in order: Experimental philosophy and the loop case
SM Liao, A Wiegmann, J Alexander, G Vong
Philosophical Psychology 25 (5), 661-671, 2012
1072012
Order effects in moral judgment
A Wiegmann, Y Okan, J Nagel
Philosophical Psychology 25 (6), 813-836, 2012
832012
19 Moral Judgment
MR Waldmann, J Nagel, A Wiegmann
The Oxford handbook of thinking and reasoning, 364, 2012
782012
Transfer effects between moral dilemmas: A causal model theory
A Wiegmann, MR Waldmann
Cognition 131 (1), 28-43, 2014
472014
Intuitive expertise and intuitions about knowledge
J Horvath, A Wiegmann
Philosophical Studies 173 (10), 2701-2726, 2016
322016
Lying despite telling the truth
A Wiegmann, J Samland, M Waldmann
Cognition, 2016
322016
A double causal contrast theory of moral intuitions in trolley dilemmas
MR Waldmann, A Wiegmann
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 32 (32), 2010
152010
No need for an intention to deceive? Challenging the traditional definition of lying
R Rutschmann, A Wiegmann
Philosophical Psychology 30 (4), 438-457, 2017
142017
Explaining moral behavior: A minimal moral model.
M Osman, A Wiegmann
Experimental Psychology 64 (2), 68, 2017
102017
How the truth can make a great lie: An empirical investigation of the folk concept of lying by falsely implicating
A Wiegmann, P Willemsen
Cognitive Science Society, 2017
82017
Order Effects in Moral Judgment. Searching for an Explanation
A Wiegmann, Y Okan
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 34 (34), 2012
72012
Scientific Study of Morals
M Gräfenhain, A Wiegmann
42013
Intuitive expertise and irrelevant options
A Wiegmann, J Horvath, K Meyer
PsyArXiv, 2018
32018
Empirically investigating the concept of lying
A Wiegmann, R Rutschmann, P Willemsen
Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 34 (3), 591-609, 2017
32017
When killing the heavy man seems right. Making people utilitarian by simply adding options to moral dilemmas.
A Wiegmann, K Meyer
CogSci, 2015
32015
Causal models mediate moral inferences
MR Waldmann, A Wiegmann, J Nagel
Moral inferences, 45-63, 2017
22017
Factors guiding moral judgment, reason, decision, and action.
A Wiegmann, M Osman
Hogrefe Publishing 64 (2), 65, 2017
22017
Moral intuitionism and empirical data
J Nagel, A Wiegmann
Dual-Process Theories in Moral Psychology, 185-206, 2016
22016
On the robustness of intuitions in the two best-known trolley dilemmas
A Wiegmann, M Lippold, R Grigull
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 35 (35), 2013
22013
The role of the primary effect in the assessment of intentionality and morality
MR Waldmann, A Wiegmann
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 34 (34), 2012
22012
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