O universalismo ético: Kohlberg e Habermas The etical universalism: Kohlberg and Habermas
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AbstractExamina-se a concepção de universalismo ético a que Lawrence Kohlberg chegou em suas pesquisas sobre o desenvolvimento do pensamento moral, sobretudo a idéia de que esse desenvolvimento, em todos os seres humanos, culmina em uma moralidade "pós-convencional" concebida em termos de princípios de justiça. Discutem-se algumas das tentativas que foram feitas de submeter essa concepção à verificação empírica e a apreciação crítica que dela fez Jürgen Habermas.<br>The concept of ethical universalim at which Kohlberg arrived in his researches on the development of moral reasoning is examined chiefly regarding the idea that this development culminates , in all human beings, in a "post-conventional" morality conceived in terms of principles of justice. Some attempts to submit this conception to empirical verification as well as Haberma 's reactions to it are discussed.
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