Moral

Xem 1-20 trên 281 kết quả Moral
  • "It's the animal in us," we often hear when we've been bad. But why not when we're good? Primates and Philosophers tackles this question by exploring the biological foundations of one of humanity's most valued traits: morality. In this provocative book, primatologist Frans de Waal argues that modern-day evolutionary biology takes far too dim a view of the natural world, emphasizing our "selfish" genes. Science has thus exacerbated our reciprocal habits of blaming nature when we act badly and labeling the good things we do as "humane.

    pdf231p ktct_1669 08-05-2012 70 10   Download

  • The discourses and institutions of human rights are contemporary devices for bringing morality to bear on the harsh realities of political, economic and social life. These attempts to render the conditions of human existence more tolerable and more dignified tend to focus mainly on the role of domestic and international law and the conduct of states and the international institutions that represent them.

    pdf260p haiduong_1 28-02-2013 22 8   Download

  • This book began as a Ph.D. thesis, supervised in its early stages by Michael Stocker, and then by Kimon Lycos. I am extraordinarily fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with these two philosophers, and I owe a great deal to both of them. I thank Michael Stocker for the wonderful work he has done in ethics, for it is this more than anything else which ignited my interest in moral psychology. I also thank him for urging me to begin The Moral Self, and for the many stimulating, productive discussions we had in Melbourne prior to his departure for the United States.

    pdf249p hotmoingay 04-01-2013 30 5   Download

  • The main concern of this book is scepticism about moral responsibility. By “moral responsibility” I understand that property of human agents by virtue of which they truly and objectively deserve moral praise or blame for some of their actions. We are naturally non-sceptical about this property. Even philosophical sceptics tend to praise or blame people spontaneously for some of their actions, though they may try to recoil from these spontaneous reactions after reminding themselves of their own reflectively acquired scepticism....

    pdf220p haiduong_1 28-02-2013 12 5   Download

  • The aim of this book is to examine the public and private roles of the citizen as a moral agent. We define the moral agent as a person who, rather than merely behaving in a manner consistent with morality, recognizes morality as a motive for action. The moral agent not only follows moral principles but also acknowledges morality as his or her principal. In developing the notion of the moral agent, we accord a special significance to public administration.

    pdf206p hyperion75 15-01-2013 14 4   Download

  • Tham khảo sách 'the moral limits volume four', giáo dục - đào tạo, cao đẳng - đại học phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

    pdf411p haiduong_1 27-02-2013 21 4   Download

  • Ebook Moral stories for children are adventurous and interesting ways to teach your children about good morals and right conduct. As kids, they are at their formative years, that is why they need to be educated with good values to make them good fit for society and family.

    pdf23p hoanghungbrvt 06-07-2016 9 4   Download

  • So far, we assumed there’s no uncertainty in the world. But, in reality, these payoffs are uncertain, most business outcomes are uncertain as well. In this chapter, we will learn: Risk analysis, Moral Hazard/Principal-Agent Problem. Inviting you to refer.

    pdf34p kiepnaybinhyen_04 24-12-2015 7 2   Download

  • This chapter include objectives: Combine a rational approach to leadership with a concern for people and ethics, recognize your own stage of moral development and ways to accelerate your moral maturation, apply the principles of stewardship and servant leadership,…

    ppt11p tangtuy14 02-06-2016 14 2   Download

  • This popular book helps readers understand the difference between blindly accepting information and critical analysis and synthesis. It teaches how to react rationally to alternate points of view and develop a foundation for making personal choices about what to accept and what to reject in what we see and hear. Focusing on the question-asking skills and techniques necessary for evaluating different types of evidence, this book addresses critical thinking as a generic skill with many applications while emphasizing values and moral reasoning as an integral part of critical thinking.

    pdf226p boyhuesd 07-04-2011 310 177   Download

  • A philosophical study of morality is very different from a sociological or anthropological study, or a study from the perspective of biology or psychology. One important difference is that in moral philosophy we do not distance ourselves from our own moral views in the way we would if we were engaged in a study of one of these other kinds. We do not take the fact that people, including ourselves, have moral views as merely a datum to be explained.

    pdf680p lulanphuong 22-03-2012 93 39   Download

  • About Aristotle: Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC) was a Greek philosopher, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great. His writings cover many subjects, including physics, metaphysics, poetry, theater, music, logic, rhetoric, politics, government, ethics, biology, and zoology. Together with Plato and Socrates (Plato's teacher), Aristotle is one of the most important founding figures in Western philosophy. Aristotle's writings constitute a first at creating a comprehensive system of Western philosophy, encompassing morality and aesthetics, logic and science, politics and metaphysics.

    pdf2456p transang6 28-12-2012 52 24   Download

  • What Are Some Views of Human Development? How Did Piaget View Cognitive Development? How Is Piaget’s Work Viewed Today? How Did Vygotsky View Cognitive Development? How Did Erikson View Personal and Social Development? What Are Some Theories of Moral Development?

    ppt29p liennguyen1210 06-06-2012 43 9   Download

  • The aim of this book, which is set out more fully in the Synopsis, is to develop the outlines of a coherent, systematic vision of an inter- national legal order that takes the protection of human rights seri- ously, while anchoring that vision in moral reasoning that is informed both by a due appreciation of the limitations of existing institutions and a willingness to consider possibilities for institu- tional reform.

    pdf522p lyly_5 25-03-2013 18 7   Download

  • "The best mode of exciting the love of observation is by teaching 'How to Observe.' With this end it was originally intended to produce, in one or two volumes, a series of hints for travellers and students, calling their attention to the points necessary for inquiry or observation in the different branches of Geology, Natural History, Agriculture, the Fine Arts, General Statistics, and Social Manners.

    pdf91p chonguoinoiay 26-02-2013 29 5   Download

  • EMILE DURKHEIM (1858–1917) remains a major figure in social science as a whole and he is unambiguously a ‘founding father’ of sociology. Whereas other social theorists from the classical period of sociology (1890–1920) were often somewhat ambiguous about their status as ‘sociologists’, Durkheim appears to have had a clear vision of the importance of building sociology as a science of social facts.

    pdf303p haiduong_1 28-02-2013 27 5   Download

  • The basic question of the longer work that volume one introduces is a deceptively simple one: What sorts of conduct may the state rightly make criminal? Philosophers have attempted to answer this question by proposing what I call "liberty-limiting principles" (or equivalently, "coercion-legitimizing principles") which state that a given type of consideration is always a morally relevant reason in support of penal legislation even if other reasons may in the circumstances outweigh it.

    pdf445p haiduong_1 27-02-2013 15 4   Download

  • In a nearby school three eighth graders are overheard rehearsing ‘today’s problem with adults’: ‘What do they know about our kind of music anyway?’ ‘Yeah! You’d think they never had sex ‘n’ stuff in their own lives, the way they put down our music.’ ‘They can’t stand having young people expressin’ their own feelings. Like, we’re just supposed to be like them.’ ‘Did you hear what Joey’s parents did! They took his whole CD collection away from him. They go to one of those weird churches where they preach against kids’ music.’...

    pdf165p haiduong_1 28-02-2013 18 4   Download

  • This collection of original essays addresses some of the important problems ,",'e have come to group under the short name "AIDS." It differs from most works on AIDS in two related ways. First, its focus is on the moral choices of individual practitioners rather than no empirical research or social policy. Second, the practitioners whose problems are discusst~d include-besides the more usual physicians and nursesdentists, counselors, preschool teachers, business managers, college administrators, lawyers, clergy, journalists, and politicians.

    pdf285p haiduong_1 28-02-2013 16 4   Download

  • The world knows an immense amount of suffering, much of it humanly inflicted and much of it humanly preventable. My book seeks to shed light on the moral dimensions of this fact. Ultimately, it aims to clarify the nature of the duty to relieve suffering, and to encourage reflection on the kinds of changes that would be necessary to bring our lives into adequate compliance with this duty. I have brooded on these matters for a long time.

    pdf252p haiduong_1 28-02-2013 12 4   Download

CHỦ ĐỀ BẠN MUỐN TÌM

Đồng bộ tài khoản