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PHI 300 Assignment Moral Foundations
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Your Scores on the Moral Foundations Construct Your Score Fairness and Reciprocity The Fairness/Reciprocity foundation is reflective of basic human desires for justice and the fair compensation of actions. From an evolutionary standpoint, this fits with the concept of reciprocal altruism, in which humans help other humans with the expectation that such aid will be paid back in time. 5.50 Harm/Care The Harm/Care foundation gets at the human concern for nurturance and protecting vulnerable individuals from harm. This foundation matches with the evolution of empathy and the system of attachment, two instinctual human motivations designed to shield weaker persons from danger. 4.50 Ingroup Loyalty The Ingroup/Loyalty foundation relates to feelings of patriotism, self-sacrifice for the good of the group, and pride in such a group. This reflects the evolution of coalitional psychology , the desire to belong to and act in a collective, which in turn provided individuals with safety and security.
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