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[–] Tsilent_Tsunami 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

In Stage four (authority and social order obedience driven), it is important to obey laws, dictums, and social conventions because of their importance in maintaining a functioning society. Moral reasoning in stage four is thus beyond the need for individual approval exhibited in stage three. A central ideal or ideals often prescribe what is right and wrong. If one person violates a law, perhaps everyone would—thus there is an obligation and a duty to uphold laws and rules. When someone does violate a law, it is morally wrong; culpability is thus a significant factor in this stage as it separates the bad domains from the good ones. Most active members of society remain at stage four, where morality is still predominantly dictated by an outside force.


[–] 11680539? 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Force through collective discipline, that's the unconscious part when it comes to it, and that's part of white culture, much less of nigger culture