Canadian Center of Science and Education
Many papers claim that moral judgment is closely tied to the general moral principles, Graham, Sherman, et al. (2011), which are accused by being selectively used by workers of dissimilar general moral principles, Skitka, (2010). It is happening when they appealing to subjective preferences, dealing with moral claims seem to lack an obvious set of objective criteria or with a tricky problem domains. However, it also because individuals are varies in moral identity - that is, how much morally-relevant concerns define one's self-concept, Aquino & Freeman (2009). Workers general moral principles may guide judgment across a wide variety of situations, serve as a first step toward drawing a specific conclusion.