I can't find the original article now, but this past week I came across a study about styles of morality among different ethnic and racial groups. The "take-away", as they say, is that Europeans/Whites, especially Northerners, focus on two elements when assessing moral action: justice as "being fair", and "caring."
What they leave out are two other elements that everyone else on the planet uses when thinking ethically: the responsibilities of your social role within your family/clan/people, and the demands of sacred order or divine command.
Most advanced Whities would find this second set actually un-ethical, because these considerations are "selfish" and "dogmatic." Reminds me of the old saw that a liberal is someone who will not take his own side in an argument.
Rather than being an advanced form of morality, this is a truncated and mutilated form, incomplete to the point of being invalid.
In short, most humans do not abstract themselves from the moral equation, compulsively making abstract high-minded choices that damage or doom their own tribe or their own culture because "it's the right thing to do."
Whites: The Most Foolish People On The Planet ©.