Can you respond with a very detailed answer? This is for Ethics in Management Class. I believe this question is asking "why in similar situations do we act with different moral reasoning?" Maybe it also suggests that even though the situation is the same, the circumstances surrounding it can be different and we act with different moral reasoning according to the circumstances.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 3, 2020, 11:00 pm ad1c9bdddf
Similar behavior is motivated by different levels of moral reasoning because every person is an individual with a different upbringing, home environment and life experience. Due to this, many people may act out in similar actions, but the reasoning or moral grounds for those actions may be extremely different.
For example, a person who was brought up to fear ...
Similar behavior motivated by very different levels of moral reasoning are examined.