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Surname 1StudentInstructorCourseDateMoral DevelopmentEthical issues arise based on the Milgram experiment. Some of the ethical concerns aredeception, withdrawal rights, and participant protection. Those individuals who participated wereforced to stressful difficulties which cause psychological harm to them. Milgram did not allowmembers to withdraw when they felt uncomfortable; instead, he told them to continue, which isunethical again. Every person has to withdraw from experiments whenever he or she feelsuncomfortable. Therefore, what Milgram's experiment did was unethical to the participants.(Pavlenko, 6).Milgram's experiment related to conventional morality development on the example ofHeinz’s motive. In this example, the man has a right to steal the drug to save his wife's life sincethe owner has denied accepting the reasons that Heinz’s explained to him. Kohlberg accepts forthe man to steal the drug to save a life because he was doing good intentions of saving the life ofa person he loves. Although a person's moral development is to follow, not to go against the law,
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