Moral Education: Justice, Care, and Aristotle
A look at the historical development of moral education, and how different methods affect the retention and later use of moral knowledge.
||Justice, Care, Moral, Knowledge, Education, Kohlberg, Carr, Aristotle, Gilligan
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp.135-142.
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I recently graduated with a masters in philosophy from the University of St Andrews, Scotland, with a dissertation on moral education and moral knowledge, with advisors Dr John J. Haldane and Dr David Carr. I also presented this paper at the private "Burns Conference" in Scotland, with excellent feedback. I assisted in the teaching of Religious and Moral Education in Scotland, at the upper school level. I now work in a private school, Allendale Columbia, in Rochester, New York, as well as helping with a philosophy course at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
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