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Virtue Ethics, Positive Psychology, and New Model of Science and Engineering Ethics Education

Han, H. (2014). Virtue Ethics, Positive Psychology, and New Model of Science and Engineering Ethics Education. Science and Engineering Ethics. doi:10.1007/s11948-014-9539-7

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Analysing Theoretical Frameworks of Moral Education through Lakatos's Philosophy of Science

Han, H. (2014). Analysing Theoretical Frameworks of Moral Education through Lakatos’s Philosophy of Science. Journal of Moral Education, 43(1), 32-53. doi:10.1080/03057240.2014.893422

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Exploring the Relationship Between Virtue Ethics and Moral Identity

Jeong, C., & Han, H. (2013). Exploring the Relationship between Virtue Ethics and Moral Identity. Ethics & Behavior, 23(1), 44-56. doi:10.1080/10508422.2012.714245

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Bavinck's Virtue Ethics

In “Distinctively Common” an essay by Clay Cooke – a PhD candidate at Fuller Seminary and Free University of Amsterdam – he notes that Herman Bavinck has a unique Reformed take on virtue ethics.  317 more words

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Virtue Ethics

(This is the sixth part of the ‘From Neural Is to Moral Ought’ series of talks. Having looked at two of the three main moral theories, I now turn to the third.) 2,044 more words

What do we owe the hungry?

The United States is the wealthiest nation, has an obesity epidemic, and yet also has a very serious problem with hunger. Mike LaBossiere considers whether we have moral obligations to the hungry.

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"Leisure, Idleness, and Virtuous Activity in Shakespearean Drama", by Unhae Langis

Just a small post today saying that I found, through that Wikipedia article on Otium I recently linked, this interesting paper on how Shakespeare dealt with the theme of leisure and idleness. 87 more words

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