Children’s Metaethics: Who’s right when two people argue about moral issues?
people have a moral disagreement – for instance, about whether it is okay to pull someone’s hair – one person may think that it is right to perform the action in question whereas the other person may think [...] thinking. The two most prominent types of metaethical judgment are an objectivist attitude ( e.g. , only one person can be right) and a relativist attitude ( e.g. , both persons can be right). In a study recently [...] in the context of moral disagreement between two puppets who expressed conflicting moral judgments. One puppet was always an ingroup member who expressed a typical moral judgment ( e.g. , that it is wrong