Your Moral Compass Could Be Broken

Although we might believe that our own moral principles are unwavering, we typically don’t apply them objectively across the actions of both loved ones and strangers, those within close proximity, and those far away. This begs the question: what is morality, and is it objective? To truly understand our moral compass, it is important to learn exactly how it found “north.” Liane Young, a psychology professor at Boston College, explains more.

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