Mode of Effective Connectivity Within a Putative Neural Network Differentiates Moral Cognitions Related to Care and Justice Ethics
James, G Andrew
Ely, Timothy D
Kilts, Clinton D
PloS one 2011 February 25; 6(2): e14730
Moral sensitivity refers to the interpretive awareness of moral conflict and can be justice or care oriented. Justice ethics is associated primarily with human rights and the application of moral rules, whereas care ethics is related to human needs and a situational approach involving social emotions. Among the core brain regions involved in moral issue processing are: medial prefrontal cortex, anterior (ACC) and posterior (PCC) cingulate cortex, posterior superior temporal sulcus (pSTS), insula and amygdala. This study sought to inform the long standing debate of whether care and justice moral ethics represent one or two different forms of cognition.
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