Interessant. Die verfeinerte Variante von Lind findet man unter dem Wikipedia-Text, den jofe verlinkt hat, braucht dafür aber Geduld und etwas Rechnerei:
Hier zumindest eine Erläuterung zu den Formulierungen, die Stufe 1-6 nach Kohlberg zugrundeliegen können: Wikipedia: Kohlberg's stages of moral development
Stage one (obedience): Heinz should not steal the medicine because he would consequently be put in prison, which would mean he is a bad person. Or: Heinz should steal the medicine because it is only worth $200, not how much the druggist wanted for it. Heinz had even offered to pay for it and was not stealing anything else.
Stage two (self-interest): Heinz should steal the medicine because he will be much happier if he saves his wife, even if he will have to serve a prison sentence. Or: Heinz should not steal the medicine because prison is an awful place, and he would probably languish over a jail cell more than his wife's death.
Stage three (conformity): Heinz should steal the medicine because his wife expects it; he wants to be a good husband. Or: Heinz should not steal the drug because stealing is bad and he is not a criminal; he tried to do everything he could without breaking the law, you cannot blame him.
Stage four (law-and-order): Heinz should not steal the medicine because the law prohibits stealing, making it illegal. Or: Heinz should steal the drug for his wife but also take the prescribed punishment for the crime as well as paying the druggist what he is owed. Criminals cannot just run around without regard for the law; actions have consequences.
Stage five (human rights): Heinz should steal the medicine because everyone has a right to choose life, regardless of the law. Or: Heinz should not steal the medicine because the scientist has a right to fair compensation. Even if his wife is sick, it does not make his actions right.
Stage six (universal human ethics): Heinz should steal the medicine, because saving a human life is a more fundamental value than the property rights of another person. Or: Heinz should not steal the medicine, because others may need the medicine just as badly, and their lives are equally significant.
Ich wäre da spontan bei Stufe 6, würde das Zeug aber auf jeden Fall klauen. :D
Eine Variante davon, wenn auch leicht zu durchschauen: http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/mind/surveys/morals/
(bei mir waren es 42 von 44 Punkten, ehrlich und spontan beantwortet, aber das muss nix heißen)
Das Ganze zeigt wieder mal vortrefflich:
Hirn einschalten ist eine Möglichkeit, langfristig zufriedener und sicherer zu leben. Ganz nebenbei haben andere auch noch was davon, aber das ergibt sich dann fast von selbst.
Dummheit, vor allem selbstverordnete, ist und bleibt die schlimmste Krankheit.
Und einen "Klassenunterschied" schafft der einzelne sich meistens ganz allein.