Even if we don't have any conscious biases, racist and sexist stereotypes might still influence our judgements and actions implicitly. Does that make us blameworthy?
Most of us like to think of ourselves as unprejudiced, but psychologists tell us otherwise. Even if we don't have any conscious biases, stereotypes might still influence our judgements and our actions implicitly. In this episode of the Minerva podcast, Robin Zheng talks about how we can hold ourselves and others accountable for these biases – and whether they make us blameworthy.