The human inclination to ask whether our actions are morally just or to question whether the systems in our society function ethically motivates us toward creating more just and equitable learning environments—toward creating what the PI Framework describes as “change for the good of humanity.” This article published by Psychology Today provides a brief introduction to ethics and morality and is accompanied by a fascinating reading list, featuring articles ranging from the psychological basis for morality, the morality of animals, and moral development in human beings.
By: Psychology Today
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