Their result for The Moral Attribute Importance Test ...
You placed 94% difference on action versus inaction and 94% importance on consent!
- As long as you're not part of the problem, you're OK; there's no moral imperative to take care of anyone else. People do not have a responsibility to others.
- So-called "consensual crimes" are not wrong and should not be treated as such. People have the freedom to deviate from the majority or to make potentially poor decisions.
This is the most permissive of all categories; as far as this test can measure, you don't think duty in and of itself is a valid basis of morality.
This might be the result of a disbelief in morality in general (hence the title of this category), whether in an academic sense or a genuine one.
Since none of the questions involved things such as aggression or dishonesty, it's difficult to pin your beliefs down. They could range from a libertarian-like set of rules based on absolute human rights, to a hedonistic (perhaps even sociopathic) lack of moral beliefs in general.
Based on the responses I've received so far (and my beliefs at the time I wrote the test), I'd say the former is more likely than the latter. You have a strongly consistent, perhaps even rigid "live and let live" attitude, to the point that you might consider it wrong to pass judgement on things which don't affect you--even if your judgement in and of itself has no consequences. You're probably very likely to say something to the effect of "well, he's a jerk, but he didn't do anything wrong" or "it was a really stupid decision, but not an immoral one".
Links to all the different categories:
low on inaction, low on consent
low on inaction, medium on consent
low on inaction, high on consent
medium on inaction, low on consent
medium on inaction, medium on consent
medium on inaction, high on consent
high on inaction, low on consent
high on inaction, medium on consent
high on inaction, high on consent
Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)
They scored 94% on inaction, higher than 97% of your peers.
They scored 94% on consent, higher than 88% of your peers.
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