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Moral Fragments & Moral Community

by Larry, L Rasmussen

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Published by Augsburg Fortress Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian moral & pastoral theology,
  • Christian social thought & activity,
  • United States,
  • Religion,
  • Moral Theology,
  • Social Theology,
  • Religion - Christian Life,
  • Social ethics,
  • Social conditions,
  • Christian Life - General,
  • Christianity - History - General,
  • Church and the world,
  • Religion / Church History,
  • Religion : Christian Life - General,
  • Christianity - Christian Life - General,
  • Christian ethics,
  • Christian sociology,
  • Moral conditions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7843458M
    ISBN 100800627571
    ISBN 109780800627577

    The Stanley L. Olsen Chair of Moral Values is encouraging the formation of book discussion groups again during , building on activity during What we have in mind is to encourage the formation and activities of book discussion groups, cutting across lines of faculty, administration, and staff. A moral community is a group of people drawn together by a common interest in living according to a particular moral philosophy.. Moral communities are typically associated with a religion and advocate that religion's conception of a good life. The congregation of a church, synagogue, or mosque is a typical moral community. However, some moral communities, such as the .

    'The book will be valuable for serious students of philosophy looking for a better-than-average integration of empirical work with philosophical reflection. The reference list is also a valuable resource for any serious student of epistemic or moral virtue and the challenges to these paradigms Recommended.   "Moral injury" is a term used in the mental health community to describe the psychological damage service members face when their actions in battle contradict their moral beliefs. Thought it isn't.

    It is a fact that the "religions of the book" typically have grounded their moralities in scripture. But philosophical ethics is finally less interested in moral sources than in the ideal system that can wrought from them. For the philosopher, for whom truth demands a coherent whole, a collection of moral fragments does not a morality make.   In Julia Alvarez’s ‘Afterlife,’ a widow faces a moral quandary. By. fragments, unpaid bills, memories.” anchors the book, which balances a Author: Kristen Millares Young.


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Minneapolis: Fortress Press, of a community, a member of church, brother part of a fraternity,not deadness or the mechanization of life. Uniqueness. *moral community* A term used by Émile Durkheim [1] to describe traditional rural communities, in contrast to cities.

The moral community is characterized by social integration (extensive and intimate attachments) and by moral integration (a set. The term “moral community” can be used descriptively to indicate a community believed actually to exist, or deployed as an aspiration, pointing to a type of community believed by some to be morally good, to have a quality of moral goodness to which we ought to aim.

In both cases, there is a defining normative component. Used. “Soul Repair is an eloquent, deeply human reminder that war is not just what takes place on a distant battlefield. It is something that casts a shadow over the lives of those who took part for decades afterwards.

The stories told by Lettini and Brock are deepened by what the authors reveal about the way the tragic thread of war’s aftermath has run through their own families.”Cited by: Ethics or moral philosophy is a branch of philosophy that "involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong behavior." The field of ethics, along with aesthetics, concerns matters of value, and thus comprises the branch of philosophy called axiology.

Ethics seeks to resolve questions of human morality by defining concepts such as good and evil, right. These fragments outline a rudimentary theory of political order modeled on the natural world that recognizes the role of human self-interest in maintaining stable rule.

Casting the natural world as an independent, amoral system, Shen Dao situates the source of moral judgment firmly within the human sphere, prompting political philosophy to. The Moral Significance of Class, first published inanalyses the moral aspects of people's experience of class inequalities.

Class affects not only our material wealth but our access to things, relationships, and practices which we have reason to value, including the esteem or respect of others and hence our sense of self-worth. position in the moral community.” () These capacities include: responsibility for action, moral autonomy, capacity to reciprocate, ability to be motivated by altruism and moral concern, and a desire for self-respect.

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A community whos members have moral worth, that is, whose members just by their membership, automatically deserve the respect and protction of the community- because of who you are, without any consideration of what use they may be of to the community. Requirements for membership in a moral community varies.

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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The moral discourses by Epictetus,J.M. Dent & Sons edition, Moral discourses ( edition) | Open LibraryCited by: 3. moral community relevant to a wide range of moral concerns.

The tradition that emphasizes moral community focuses instead on Kantian-style moral address. I hope that my thesis will push us to consider how we (at least implicitly) make assumptions about what it means to participate in a moral community, and the ethical implications.

moral worth which calls for respect and not merely for humane treatment and slaughter. It is three interpretations of that morally signif? icant something which I want to consider here. These three interpretations all involve the idea that only those who participate in some kind of moral community with us can be entitled to moral rights against us.This exciting new book engages with the recent resurgence of interest in the family, offering empirical material and theoretical analysis which give rise to a fresh understanding of the nature of family practices in modern societies.

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