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by Judith G. Smetana
Author: Judith G. Smetana
Publisher: Praeger Publishers Inc; First Edition edition (January 1, 1982)
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Reason and Morality is a 1978 book about ethics by the philosopher Alan Gewirth.
Reason and Morality is a 1978 book about ethics by the philosopher Alan Gewirth. The work is defended by the legal scholar Deryck Beyleveld in The Dialectical Necessity of Morality (1991). Gewirth discusses the rational justification of moral principles. Reason and Morality was first published in 1978 by the University of Chicago Press.
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Morality; Moral and Religious Aspects of Abortion; Social Aspects of Abortion; Demographic Surveys . Personal and Moral Concepts: A Study of Women's Reasoning and Decision-Making About Abortion, by Judith G. Smetana . Неизвестный автор (1979-01)
Morality; Moral and Religious Aspects of Abortion; Social Aspects of Abortion; Demographic Surveys, Attitudes Toward Abortion; Collections. EthxWeb: Literature in Bioethics. Неизвестный автор (1979-01). Related Items in Google Scholar.
The differences between man and women as superior and inferior appears in every aspect of. .Chapter 3: Concepts of self and morality.
The differences between man and women as superior and inferior appears in every aspect of life, this differences appears in literary works too. One of the literary works uses superior and inferior themes is Lysistrata that descibes Greece society. The reseach uses descriptive qualitative method for processing data from Lysistrata.
Smetana, J. G. (1982). Preschool children's conceptions of transgressions: Effects of varying moral and conventional domain-related attributes. Smetana, J. (1985). Developmental Psychology, 21, 18–29. (1993). Understanding of social rules. In M. Bennett (Ed.,The child as psychologist: An introduction to the development of social cognition (pp. 111–141). New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf. & Braeges, J. L. (1990).
Causes and Consequences for Development: New Directions for Child Development (1994); and Concepts of Self and Morality: Women's Reasoning about Abortion (1982).
Mappes: Sexual Morality and the Concept of Usin. Since abortion in cases of self-defense has been defended, T turns to other possibilities
Mappes: Sexual Morality and the Concept of Using. Sexism. Of course, strong opponents of abortion may still say that one has a right to life even if one is conceived as a result of rape or the mother’s life is in danger. Since abortion in cases of self-defense has been defended, T turns to other possibilities. Section 3 – Does having the right to life mean I have a right to the bare minimum that it takes to keep me alive?
The moral/conventional distinction is the distinction that children and adults make in their judgments between moral and conventional .
The moral/conventional distinction is the distinction that children and adults make in their judgments between moral and conventional transgressions (Smetana, 1993). This distinction is made from the age of 39 months (. Song, Smetana, & Kim, 1987). Within the literature, moral transgressions (. hitting another, damaging another's property) are defined by their consequences for the rights and welfare of others.
MELANIE KILLEN and JUDITH G. SMETANA
MELANIE KILLEN and JUDITH G. INTRODUCTION 702 Organization of the Chapter 702 Overview of Definitions of Morality 702 Classical Theories of Morality and Their Evolution 704 Beyond False Dichotomies 708 THE ROOTS AND EARLY EMERGENCE. REASONING 721 Social-Cognitive Developmental Processes 721 Straightforward and Complex Social Interactions 721 Judgments About Harm to Others 722 Concepts of the Fair Distribution of Resources 723 Judgments About the Unfair and Prejudicial Treatment. of Others 724 Conceptions of Rights 726.
In a Different Voice: Women's Conceptions of Self and of Morality. That there is a discrepancy between concepts of womanhood and adulthood is nowhere more clearly evident than in the series of studies on sex-role stereotypes reported by Broverman, Vogel, Broverman, Clarkson, and Rosenkrantz (1972). The repeated finding of these studies is that the qualities deemed necessary for adulthood-the capacity for autonomous thinking, clear decision making, and responsible action-are those associated with masculinity but considered undesirable as attributes of the feminine self.