Psychology of Right and Wrong
Morality is the ancient concept of right and wrong that are the starting points of all religious, social, political, cultural, and civilization thoughts, ideologies, rituals, and practices. The Psychology of right and wrong is a bit deviation from the norms; it sees the unseen links of morality scattered in the vast and distinct past. In this book, you will read why one thing was banned in one culture, religion, civilization, but not in others? What are the psychological underpinnings of morality that shape cultures, beliefs, and societies favor or against the behavior, rituals, traditions, or methods?
Ali Muattar is a senior writer, author, researcher, and psychologist who shares his knowledge and experience as a psychosocial counselor while counseling patients and clients about their mental blocks that created difficulties in their personal and professional lives. One of the main things that created confusion in patients’ and clients’ lives, especially in their decisions to act on their ideas and creations, was this morality- the right or wrong conceptualization. If you have all the right questions and all the wrong answers on character, this book is for you to read and see what, why, how, when, and who of the morality or the psychology of right and wrong. Keep reading and let us know what you think about this book? Stay blessed and thriving.
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I live in Karachi city, Pakistan. ANish publications publish this book. I have been a senior writer, researcher, and editor in the ANish platform for years while specializing in psychology, impacting information technology. I write about business, literature, human psychology, and technology in blogs and websites for clients and companies. As a writer, I enjoy reading, writing, and traveling.
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