Oliver Scott Curry
Scientist Concerned with Human Morality
Do you also often find yourself asking questions about the morality of what you are doing right now and after, who is going to judge if you're right or wrong? And does only one morality exist or can we look at morality with a varying perspective?
Oliver Scott Curry examines the nature, content and structure of human morality and he understands it as an aggregate of biological and cultural problem solving, problems dealing with human cooperation and conflicts that are constantly repeating within the life of human society.
Oliver is not only a researcher at Oxford University and London School of Economics, but also the managing director for the research centre Kindlab, which examines and measures the kindliness of everyday life.