By Adam Leonard Lyon; University of Maryland (College Park, Md.). Dept. of Physics
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Where would mutual advantage stand on a status-based criminal law? If we are to choose between a medieval system, in which penalties varied enormously depending on social status, and a universalistically fair system, the principle of mutual advantage cannot be determinate unless sociology and psychology could show that we would all benefit from one over the other-a prospect that might seem implausible. Despite its superficial implausibility, however, it could be sociologically true that those in upper status positions would benefit enough from the society of egalitarian law for it to be in their interest to choose egalitarian law over caste law.
5. Summary The results that we have described converge on a simple and striking point: People hold an exaggerated view of the power of self-interest. In all four studies, subjects significantly overestimated the impact that self-interest would have on others' behavior and attitudes, whether self-interest was defined in terms of group membership or financial incentive. In the first two studies, subjects overestimated the impact of their peers' sex on their attitudes toward abortion coverage and the impact of their peers' racial status on their opinions about the treatment of minorities on campus.
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A search for squarks and gluinos using the jets and missing energy signature at DØ by Adam Leonard Lyon; University of Maryland (College Park, Md.). Dept. of Physics