How your personality relates to judgments of right and wrong
Is morality simply "in the eye of the beholder"? Despite the popular viewpoint that our morals are shaped by the people and world around us, it's common to have different priorities and moral judgments to those closest to us. Moreover, in recent years, research using the Big Five personality framework indicates that our personalities play a role. Luke D. Smillie and Milan Andrejević explore the major frameworks studying the differing degrees of people's judgements of right and wrong.