Untangling Partnership and Domination Morality
Keywords:conscience, Darwin, domination, evolution, Moral Gap, morality, partnership, psychology
Riane Eisler’s (1987) cultural transformation theory is an effective framework for understanding many of the constructs that shape society. This article uses Eisler’s theory to explain the formation of morality and the construction of conscience. It contrasts partnership morality and domination morality, and describes the factors that shape our tendency to embrace one or the other. The article helps us understand that we have a choice, and invites us to choose partnership morality.
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