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Kohlbergs moral development theory It is hard for me to say if I agree with Kohlbergs stages of moral development I think that he described certain characteristics that people can have when faced with some sort of moral dilemma but I dont think that any person could be at just one stage I did a little research and I found that in order to be at stage six the person must have one solution or judgment to a certain moral dilemma I find it hard to believe that a person could only have one answer to anything concerning morals because various situations require different answers and they each have to be obtained differently I think that in different situations a person can take on different stages of the development or in some cases they might have combined more than one stage to arrive at a solution When I first read Kohlbergs theory I reasoned myself to be at stage six I thought that I made decisions on morals through my own principals and not the law Then I read that most adults are at the stages three or four and only about ten percent of the adult population is at stage five But I still think that I am at stage six based on many of my decisions involving the moral dilemmas I have to admit that my stages did fluctuate during different situations but I think that for the most part I stayed at a stage six For example the dilemma about the woman who had cancer and her husband stole for the medicine I though that it was right for him to steal the medicine for his wifes lifes sake I think that the pharmacist did a larger crime by selling peoples chances of survival at a high price for his own selfish reasons That I think is a judgment at level six But again my judgment didnt stay the same for all
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