Max 6 double-spaced pages (about 1500 words)
Due Mar 29th, 11:59 PM to firstname.lastname@example.org
(Note that the essay is due one week later due to the mix up with the readings)
(1) Briefly describe the Milgram obedience experiments as presented by Gilbert Harman. Harman thought that Milgram's experiments revealed something he called the 'fundamental attribution error'. (2) What is this error? (3) How does the fundamental attribution count against virtue ethics, according to Harman? (4) Max Weber thought that science could be kept separate from ethics. Can virtue ethics be kept separate from the evidence of Milgram style experiments, or is Harman right that virtue ethics is threatened by these experiments? Explain your answer.