I’m a “Teacher”: What’s your Moral DNA?
British Ethics Professor Says New Test Can Determine Your ‘Moral DNA’
Times of London
A British professor has designed a test he claims can help gauge a person’s “moral DNA,” reports the Times of London.
Roger Steare, professor of Organizational Ethics at Cass Business School, says his test is based on five years of research and classifies ethical decision making into three basic moral philosophies: principle conscience, social conscience, and rules compliance.
Steare says that while there are clear lines of cleavage among moral philosophies based on age, gender, education, and politics, there is “also a common threat that unites almost all humanity.”
The Times offers the test online, with results viewable afterwards. The Times will collect aggregate data and publish wide-scale results in the fall.
TAKE THE TEST and let me know your result (thanks to MM)