Alex Wiegmann
Alex Wiegmann
PostDoc, Ruhr University Bochum, Emmy Noether Research Group "Extra", Institute of Philosophy II
Verified email at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
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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
1142012
Order effects in moral judgment
A Wiegmann, Y Okan, J Nagel
Philosophical Psychology 25 (6), 813-836, 2012
932012
Moral judgment.
MR Waldmann, J Nagel, A Wiegmann
Oxford University Press, 2012
852012
Transfer effects between moral dilemmas: A causal model theory
A Wiegmann, MR Waldmann
Cognition 131 (1), 28-43, 2014
522014
Intuitive expertise and intuitions about knowledge
J Horvath, A Wiegmann
Philosophical Studies 173 (10), 2701-2726, 2016
432016
Lying despite telling the truth
A Wiegmann, J Samland, M Waldmann
Cognition, 2016
372016
No need for an intention to deceive? Challenging the traditional definition of lying
R Rutschmann, A Wiegmann
Philosophical Psychology 30 (4), 438-457, 2017
232017
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
162010
Explaining moral behavior
M Osman, A Wiegmann
Experimental Psychology, 2017
102017
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
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
62017
Intuitive expertise and irrelevant options
A Wiegmann, J Horvath, K Meyer
Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosophy Volume 3 3, 275, 2020
52020
Scientific Study of Morals
M Gräfenhain, A Wiegmann
42013
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
How the truth can make a great lie: An empirical investigation of the folk concept of lying by falsely implicating
P Willemsen, A Wiegmann, G Gunzelmann, A Howes, T Tenbrink, ...
Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 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
Can a question be a lie? An empirical investigation
E Viebahn, A Wiegmann, N Engelmann, P Willemsen
OSF Preprints, 2018
22018
I must although I can't!? Suggestions for a two-level theory of ‘ought implies can’
P Willemsen, A Wiegmann
PsyArXiv, 2017
22017
Causal models mediate moral inferences
MR Waldmann, A Wiegmann, J Nagel
Moral inferences, 37-55, 2017
22017
Factors guiding moral judgment, reason, decision, and action.
A Wiegmann, M Osman
Hogrefe Publishing 64 (2), 65, 2017
22017
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