Cognitive Science: An Introduction About Moral Thinking: Basic Levels Of Moral Thinking
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Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Jun 12 2021
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Moral reasoning can be defined as the process through which individuals try to determine the difference between what is right and wrong by using logic. This is an important and often daily process that people use when trying to do the right thing. No day passes by that we do not think of right or wrong. Perhaps this is a necessity for the world in which we live, but how many of us think of the reasons behind right and wrong? How many of us care to, or dare to, think of alternatives for what is perceived to be good? I hope many of us do, and that is why this book was written. Those who care and dare to think about the pursuit of what is right differently, especially students and the new generation, need to know about what has been thought before them. That, dear readers, is the main reason for and the general description of the content of this book.