Does it seem that people are in the various stages (Preconventional level, Conventional level and/or a Postconventional level) that Lawrence Kolberg presents?
Do most people remain in the conventional stage of ethical development? In agreement with Kolberg’s stratification.
When considering arguments for ethical absolutism and ethical relativism, what side is most ideal? Is there a single ethical standard that can be applied to all?
Is it difficult to accept that people of other cultures do things that are contrary to one's ethical code? Is it difficult to live and let live? Is it possible to simply view them as being different?