I don’t understand how he explained synthax and conventional moral reasoning for the cookie scenario.
Unfortunately, I think I had this part muted but I’ll be happy to try and clear up the terms and hopefully that will help you out!
Syntax describes how words are put together to form meaningful sentences. Was there a part of the prompt that had to do with a child asking for a cookie?
Conventional Morality is the second stage of moral development from Lawrence Kohlberg in which an individual’s moral choices are taken in order to fit in within the rules of a group. Did a child in the prompt try to steal a cookie? If so, why?