Observations on "Introduction"
'is - ought', Individuals need a predisposition consisting out of the 'ought' being there if they have to subscribe to themselves what they ought to do, however if they do not, the moral behaviour will be probably more so decided by arbitraryness. However "ought" also means: take a note of oneself and if a priori the thought of 'ought' is always with a connected context, doubt that occurs from the situation at hand? Or the possibility or reflection? Indeed the notion makes one observe that 'ought' needs the possibility of reflection and otherwise is something one remembers oneself of repeatedly until the mental requirements to think the 'ought' are straightened out or it is put out of one's habbit. In this case all individuals are moral if only reflection is the required given, a given either internal or external situation is only needed. The question then boils down to: how to create the situation where one gets reflective?
I think this is not possible absolutely. One can have properties one observes and then make generalisations that can come up afterwards. And indeed, this is no royal road. One also does not always make the same observations to the same situation because one each time seems to be differently informed. In reality that is.