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Moral Inferences draws on the expertise of world-leading researchers to provide a ground-breaking exploration of reasoning and morality. Historically, these two areas of research have largely been conducted in isolation, which has resulted in a lack of integration between the latest morality research and current theories in reasoning, despite the prominent role reasoning plays in morality. This volume will explore the relationship between the two, emphasising the importance of synthesising work from both morality and reasoning researchers in order to see the bigger picture. It will appeal to researchers from both fields, acting as a springboard for future research.