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    443308 Title INTRO SENTENCE. In this essay, I will begin by explaining Robert Roberts’ core argument in Emotions, perception, and moral judgment. Next I wi *** finish this Roberts argues that emotions are concern-based construals, which provide the perceptual basis for evaluative judgments and are accompanied by affective “coloring.” Now, I will consider each component of this core focus individually. As you go about your daily life, you see situations, hear stories, and consume edible creations

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    Over the last decades, research in moral psychology was dominated by the role of reasoning in making moral judgments (Kohlberg, 1969; Turiel, 1983), while a more recent research emphasizes the role of automatic emotional processes (Blair, 1995; Haidt, 2001; Pizzaro & Salovey, 2002). Therefore, there has been a great tension to whether intuitions or reasons play critical role in making moral judgments. Haidt (2001) argues moral reasoning involves a conscious process, which means that the process

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    accommodation. The third one is cognitive development with four different sub theory such as, sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational and formal operational (McLeod, 2015). The focus of this assignment will be on sensorium stage and theory of moral judgment. Sensorimotor stage from birth to 2 years. Piaget’s was against applying age norms to the stages, different

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    understand little more about what moral judgment is. Some people say it is an instinctual response to a situation, telling us what is right or wrong. Or some people say it is the expression of learned and acquired cultural values. However, this writer personal believes a moral judgment is a subjective, personal or even preferable opinions of a person concerning whether something is right or wrong. And also I was able to learn that each person makes their own moral judgments, and those decisions are valid

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    Ruggiero Moral Judgments

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    for Judgment, he claims that there is a moral foundation for judgment that consists of values, ethos, and other ideas that we define as right and wrong. Ruggiero points out that modern moral codes share many parallels with those of ancient cultures; for instance, a moral prescription from ancient China, “Never do to others what you would not like them to do you,” is widely known and accepted as a moral code in the modern world (67). Often times, governmental documents provide a basis for moral action

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    Summer Moser Ndidi Nwaneri PHIL 130-006 November 29, 2014 The Origins of Moral Judgment From the moment a person is born, they are flooded with impressions about the world surrounding them. Even though their undeveloped brains can hardly understand what is going on, they are subject to influence from other people and things. As they grow up, their parents discipline them in order to teach them how to act in public around other people. Children are scolded when they lie, steal, talk back, and

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    non-judgmental, and tolerant. This can be challenging but one way a leader can accomplish this is to be moral and ethical correct in their thinking and practices. To be ethical one must understand what it means, “Ethics is the branch of philosophy concerned with the intent, means, and consequences of moral behavior. It is the study of moral judgments and right and wrong conduct. Moral judgments are judgments about what is right and wrong, good and bad.” (2016, p.). As it was stated in class effective leadership

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    often rely on our morals. One’s moral judgment on something is a reflection of what they believe is right versus wrong, good versus bad, and just versus unjust in regards to human behavior. Their morals are essentially shaped by their upbringing and their personal experiences. For example, social norms that society labels as acceptable, cultural practices that one is engaged in, along with religious beliefs are all things that can shape ones morals and help create ones ethical judgment. It is a personal

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    intuitive moral judgment? 5 points An intuitive moral judgment is immediate judgment that requires no thinking or reflection. In other words, an intuitive moral judgment is simply a judgment we make with a minimum of thinking about it. An intuitive moral judgment is an automatic response to our understanding of a situation or an action. Many moral psychologists believe that moral intuitions are mainly based on our feelings rather than reasoning. 2. What is the difference between a singular moral judgment

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    For the first major writing assignment I chose to write about how washing hands affects moral judgment. The main claim the popular press article was presenting was washing hands affects moral judgment. I said it was not valid because it did not provide enough information to prove it. After reading the research article I can now say that it is reliable and valid. The research article had more information and background to back up the theory. It goes more in depth on the experiments and the data collected

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