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In your responses I would like you to identify which of the six stages of Kohlberg’s moral reasoning each of your classmate’s answers represents and explain how you came to that conclusion. EXAMP

In your responses I would like you to identify which of the six stages of Kohlberg’s moral reasoning each of your classmate’s answers represents and explain how you came to that conclusion. 

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Heinz shouldn't steal drugs because he's not a thief and stealing is not the correct thing to do.  He's been trying to do what he can without breaking the law, so you can't blame him. I do not think he wants to sit in jail while his wife is sick. 

Response.

I think your answer best fits Kohlberg stage 4. Stage 4 is all about law and order and the authority to fit the social norms. Not stealing is something that you are not suppose to do under any circumstances in our society and you get punished for it if you do. From an early age we are taught not to steal  and that stealing is  wrong and immoral 

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