Are you an enforcer, philosopher, judge, angel, teacher or guardian?
The three moral philosophies - principled conscience, social conscience and
rules compliance - make up our integrity, or moral DNA, which guides the way
we live. For everyone the balance between the moral philosophies is
different, depending on personality and experience.
To measure how people’s concepts of integrity differ, Professor Steare has
devised the ethicability Moral DNA test, which is a quick, simple tool to
measure how we prefer to make tough choices. Take the test and you will
discover whether you are an angel, a philosopher or one of four other moral
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