Conscience and self are at issue in ethics and moral judgments, and Q methodology provides their scientific basis in the .single case. A study demonstrates the inherent form of the subjectivity at issue, as determined by feelings (professionalism, concern, blame), each corroborated by laws established by a body of knowledge, and each with truth-value as indicated by impersonality and acknowledgement of self as independent of itself (complimentarity) .

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Journal Operant Subjectivity
William Stephenson. (1987). The Science of Ethics: I. The Single Case. Operant Subjectivity, 11(1), 10–31. doi:10.15133/j.os.1987.021