Children's everyday moral conversation speaks to the emergence of obligation

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 43 (2020)
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Abstract

For Tomasello's proposed ontology of the human sense of moral obligation, observations of early moral language may provide useful evidence complementary to that afforded by experimental research. Extant reports of children's everyday moral talk reveal patterns of participation and content that accord with the proposal and hint at extensions addressing individual differences.

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