Maria Isabel Garcia
Originally published March 4, 2016
Here is an excerpt:
If the morality of young and older adults generally do not change, how can we count on change in general if that is what it would take to have a better future?
We look to children. That is where mothers, yours and mine, know instinctively. I think these data suggest once again how crucial pre-adolescent stage is in shaping our individual moral compasses. Most societies do not hold children responsible for their moral behavior because we presume that these are not yet forged by fire in the core of our beings. If these joint studies would further be supported by more studies, we really have a relatively short window in time to get those childhood moral compasses pointing to the general direction that would favor their well-being and societies’ in general.
The article is here.