Le moral âge (épisode 252)

La moralité que renvoi une personne pourrait dépendre du nombre de ses années.

Si personnellement, nous pensons savoir ce qui est moral en ayant notamment appris à faire la différence entre ce qui est approprié et bien, et ce qui ne l’est pas, est-ce que le jugement que nous pouvons porter sur la moralité des autres est fiable et objectif ?

Chronique diffusée le 5 octobre 2023. L’ensemble des chroniques est accessible sur une playlist dédiée.


Pour aller plus loin :

« Older people are perceived as more moral than younger people across seven countries », par Mane Kara-Yakoubian. Publié sur Psypost, le 06/09/2023. Consulté le 05/10/2023. Lien : https://www.psypost.org/2023/09/older-people-are-perceived-as-more-moral-than-younger-people-across-seven-countries-184014.


Un autre épisode du podcast en lien :

« La Tête Dans Le Cerveau #171 – La morale particularité faciale ».


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Source image :

Ryan Conrow – Photo en niveaux de gris de l’homme tenant la lumière (2018). https://www.pexels.com/fr-fr/photo/photo-en-niveaux-de-gris-de-l-homme-tenant-la-lumiere-1256884/




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Christophe Rodo (2023, 5 octobre). Le moral âge (épisode 252). Cerveau en argot. Consulté le 25 février 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/mkov

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