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It is not! For children, and even adults, reactions to acts of physical harm are not straightforward. Although children do judge many acts of physical harm as wrong, they are also readily able to articulate reasons, especially that it is not good to inﬂict pain, that people do not like to feel the experience of pain. Moreover, they express sympathy and empathy, in evaluative appraisals, for those who experience the physical harm (see Arsenio, Gold, & Adams, chap. 21, this volume; Nucci & Nucci, 1982a, 1982b; Nucci & Turiel, 1978).
Those ﬁndings do not simply reﬂect the pull or force of situations. Rather, they show systematic patterns of coordination, with ﬂexibility of thought, of different types of judgments that take into account perceived aspects of situations. Several recent studies on honesty and deception demonstrate that people systematically evaluate the consequences of telling the truth or engaging in deception to further the 26 TURIEL welfare of persons, achieve justice, and promote individual autonomy when it is perceived to be unfairly restricted.
Instead, central to the formulation are the emotions of affection, sympathy, compassion, and, most importantly, respect. What may be regarded as aversive emotions of fear, vindictiveness, and jealousy were a smaller part of the equation. In Piaget’s view, combinations of in-born or very early emerging emotions of fear, affection, and sympathy, as well as vindictiveness and compassion, help form the basis for the development of morality. However, he regarded instinctive tendencies “a necessary but not a sufﬁcient condition for the formation of morality” (p.