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Moral decision making

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  • 1. Moral Development
    Looking at the philosophy of Jean Piaget and Lawrence Kohlberg regarding why and how people justify the decisions they make.
  • 2. Why are we learning this?
    Learn about what affects us when we make decisions
    What are our priorities?
    What are our concerns?
  • 3. Piaget
  • 4. Kohlberg
  • 5. Kohlberg
  • 6. Case Study – The Heinz Dilemma
    Scenario 1

A woman was near death from a unique kind of cancer. There is a drug that might save her. The drug costs $4,000 per dosage. The sick woman's husband, Heinz, went to everyone he knew to borrow the money and tried every legal means, but he could only get together about $2,000. He asked the doctor scientist who discovered the drug for a discount or let him pay later. But the doctor scientist refused.

Should Heinz break into the laboratory to steal the drug for his wife? Why or why not?
  • 7. Case Study – The Heinz Dilemma
    Scenario 2

Heinz broke into the laboratory and stole the drug. The next day, the newspapers reported the break-in and theft. Brown, a police officer and a friend of Heinz remembered seeing Heinz last evening, behaving suspiciously near the laboratory. Later that night, he saw Heinz running away from the laboratory.

Should Brown report what he saw? Why or why not?
  • 8. Case Study – The Heinz Dilemma
    Scenario 3

Officer Brown reported what he saw. Heinz was arrested and brought to court. If convicted, he faces up to two years' jail. Heinz was found guilty.

Should the judge sentence Heinz to prison? Why or why not?
  • 9. Breakdown
  • 10. Discussion Clip
  • 11. What would you do?
    Consider your own experience – Where are you according to the stages of Moral development?

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