JUSTICE AND CARE REASONING IN MORALLY AMBIGUOUS SITUATIONS - EXAMPLES FROM VIETNAM AND THE INTIFADA
Abstract:The following paper analyzes two types of moral reasoning presented by two moral figures from the My Lai massacre and in an extreme morally conflicting situation during the first phase of the Intifada. The socio-moral and political forces that shape the state of min d of the acting soldiers are delineated. The work of Kohlberg (1984) and Gilligan (1987) serve as the theoretical framework for this inquiry.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1993-01-01
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