Natural Law and Integral Humanism by J. Maritain: Teaching Challenges
Through Integral Education to Integral Humanism: Jacques Maritain and His Philosophy of Education
What’s Wrong in Modern Education? Maritain’s Warning is Valid Today More than Ever
Does Man Seek More than Himself? Patočka’s and Frankl’s Concepts of Seeking Meaning and Their Stimuli for Maritain’s Integral Humanism at the Beginning of the 21st Century with Regard to Religious and Pedagogical Questions
Muchová Ludmila, Hořejší Petra
The Morality of Care – Its Origin, Reception and Further Development from the Point of View of the Psychology of Morality
Gilligan’s research on women considering abortion was a turning point in the field of moral psychology and its methodology. Gilligan discovered a new aspect of morality by using a real-life moral dilemma. She was confronted with strong methodological criticism. Further research did not confirm the assumption of male and female morality. However, two coexisting moral orientations are generally acknowledged: an orientation towards justice and an orientation towards care. This has given rise to a relatively new philosophical current called the ethic of care. Its groundwork is the perspective of care focusing on people’s needs, improving real relationships and cultivating sensitivity towards the present situation.
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