he_the_great (he_the_great) wrote,
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he_the_great

Kohlberg's morality test

This wasn't his actual test, but oh well. Any way I found these results to be completely wrong, but that is likely because none of the stuff I would do was an option.


Moral Stage #4

44% morality

You are a person that is firmly placed within the "Law & Order" stage. This means that you care a LOT about laws, and almost let your life be ruled by following the laws. You have a decent amount of fear that if certain laws were to be taken away, then chaos would ensue. You can differentiate between what's wrong and right and obey because you think it's RIGHT. You internalize this and don't have to be disciplined much. You think more about what others SHOULD do rather than what YOU should do. This stage is alright, but keep this in mind: Laws are ever-changing. Laws are purely contextual to the cultural state of the nation they exist in. Do you really want to live your life by the law?



My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 99% on morality




Link: The 6 Moral Stages Test written by Weasilpie84 on OkCupid, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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