Ethics A2

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  • Created on: 06-04-18 19:37
What did Shakespeare say about the conscience?
"Thus conscience does make cowards of us all"
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What view does Lawrence Kohlberg have of the conscience?
Conscience as a behaviour developed though social interaction
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What dilemma did Kohlberg use to test his conclusions?
The dilemma of Heinz
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What were Kohlberg's three levels of moral development?
Pre-conventional , Conventional, Post-conventional
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What was Freud's view of the conscience?
Conscience as an aspect of the super-ego
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What three elements of the mind did Freud distinguish between?
The ID, the ego , the super-ego
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According to Freud, which part on the mind acts as the inner parent and is the controlling, restraining self?
The ego
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What does Freud say an active conscience is?
A guilty one
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According to Freud, is the super-ego conscious or unconscious
conscious
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What does Freud present the conscience as?
A conformity to parental expectations which are internalised
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What is Durkheim's view of the conscience?
Conscience as sanctions or social conditioning
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What is God to Durkheim ?
God is society, he does not exist but is a useful idea
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Who put forward the idea of a collective consciene ?
Durkheim
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What is the collective conscience?
Conscience is organic to the social group as a whole
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What is Fromms view of the cosncience?
The authoritarian and humanistic conscience
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