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    Level one and level three in Kohlberg's description

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    Discuss differences between level one and level three in Kohlberg's description of human moral development.

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    The main differences between Kohlberg's level one of human moral development and level three of human's moral development include the differences in the typical age the level is acquired and that rationalizing or lack thereof in stage one and the ability to see the "big picture" are present in level three. Level one is the first of what Kohlberg calls "Pre-Congenital Morality". In this stage (specifically known as "Stage 1. Obedience and Punishment Orientation") children will not break the ...

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    The expert discusses the differences between level one and level three in Kohlberg's description of human moral development.

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