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Morality play

A Harvard researcher believes that humans have an innate sense of right and wrong, but others say morality is mostly learned

By Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / February 5, 2007

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Last week, Harvard professor Marc Hauser dropped in to his daughter Sofia's kindergarten class and presented the children with a moral dilemma. You must all keep your eyes closed for 30 seconds, he told them. If none of you raises your hand during that time, you will each get a sheet of stickers when it's over. But if one of ... (Full article: 1169 words)

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