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Moral Psychology

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Moral Psychology
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Michael Beaty Baylor University Paideia: Moral Education in the University?
David Conway Middlesex University Nietzsche's Revaluation of Schopenhauer as Educator
L. Hughes Cox Centenary College of Louisiana Aristotle's Ordinary versus Kant's Revisionist Definition of Virtue as Habit
Juha Räikkä   Regret and Obligation
Yvanka Raynova   Vernunft und Terror: Zur Postmodernen Lektüre von Freud
William A. Rottschaefer Lewis and Clark College Moral Learning and Moral Realism: How Empirical Psychology Illuminates Issues in Moral Ontology
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