” I have always tried to be clear that my states are stages of justice reasoning, not of emotions, aspirations, or action. “


” The crowds, the praise, and the power are neither just nor unjust in themselves. As they are typically used in the schools, they represent the values of social order and of individual competitive achievement. “


” In our society, authority derives from justice, and in our society, learning to live with authority should derive from and aid learning to understand and to feel justice. “


” These youngsters hold that all morality is relative but that middle class morality is just plain bad. “


” Piaget is correct in assuming a culturally universal age development of a sense of justice, involving progressive concern for the needs and feelings of others and elaborated conceptions of reciprocity and equality. “



All 5 Lawrence Kohlberg Quotes about Just in picture


I have always tried to be clear that my states are stages of justice reasoning, not of emotions, aspirations, or action.
The crowds, the praise, and the power are neither just nor unjust in themselves. As they are typically used in the schools, they represent the values of social order and of individual competitive achievement.
In our society, authority derives from justice, and in our society, learning to live with authority should derive from and aid learning to understand and to feel justice.
These youngsters hold that all morality is relative but that middle class morality is just plain bad.
Piaget is correct in assuming a culturally universal age development of a sense of justice, involving progressive concern for the needs and feelings of others and elaborated conceptions of reciprocity and equality.

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