Why Be Moral? - Sociological, Psychological & Theological Reasoning


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The system by which we determine right and wrong is called:

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1. The study of society is called:

2. The belief that moral behavior results from our thoughts and feelings is part of:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Emphasized topics on this quiz/worksheet include how people gauge right and wrong, the study of society, and characteristics of different theories on morality.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The aim of these assessments will be on:

  • Our system of distinguishing right from wrong
  • Beliefs and perspectives regarding moral behavior
  • Rationale stating society effects morality the most

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about theories on morality
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding different ideas about the stem of morality and interpret it correctly
  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about different lenses through which people see the world

Additional Learning

By checking out our related lesson named Why Be Moral? - Sociological, Psychological & Theological Reasoning, you can learn even more about society's outlook on morality. The lesson covers:

  • What causes people to face moral dilemmas
  • Psychological perspectives of morality
  • How guilt drives morality