FNU Born Good? Babies Help Unlock the Origins of Morality Video Analysis

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I have to watch the video and write my thoughts about the video:

It has to be 1 page single space


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School: New York University

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Born Good? Babies Help Unlock the Origins of Morality
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RESPONSE PAPER

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Born Good? Babies Help Unlock the Origins of Morality
The video Born Good? Babies Help Unlock the Origins of Morality (CBS News,
2012) shows astonishing yet enlightening facts about human morality. The CBS presenter,
Stahl, takes the viewer on a journey to baby labs where human morality is put to the test. The
study seeks to understand whether people are born with morality.
Firstly, I was shocked to discover that people are born with innate instincts of
morality. Morality is a concept defined as what is considered good or bad by an individual or
society. Given that babies may not have a lot of life experience or even knowledge of good
and bad, they may be in a position to not understand morality. In the video (CBS News,
2012) the experiments on toddlers showed that they seemingly had a concept about good and
bad behavior and well as punishment. For example, toddlers seemed to prefer a character that
was helpful to another; th...

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