Logically: You will not find yourself in a situation where you will be told to shock a puppy on an electrified floor. How can you derive “This is normal human behavior” from such an artificially constructed abnormal situation?

Logically:
You will not find yourself in a situation where you will be told to shock a puppy on an electrified floor.
How can you derive “This is normal human behavior” from such an artificially constructed abnormal situation?
-What has led you to the conclusion that the vast majority of the time, even the more rational only act out their predispositions?
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 Misattribution of arousal is a certain lack of self-awareness.
[I had to look it up]
It’s true that human capacity for self-awareness _is_ necessarily limited, in some more than others and in different kinds of lack (with other kinds of awareness).
But I think at issue here is a matter of degree, not of kind.
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