Voices: The Educational Formation of Conscience aims to revise our thinking about moral education and thus to revise our grasp of how we ought to go about it. Moral education is the formation of conscience and conscience is simply the exercise or reflexive judgment. Thomas F. Green focuses on how conscience is formed by the acquisition of norms rather than concentrating on the foundations of norms or their logical status.
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"This extremely interesting and thoughtful book argues that the acquisition of norms through development of internalized voices of conscience represents the primary goal of moral education. As with his other books... Green has built a completely new approach to his topic that does not rely on traditional 'schools' of thought but examines the entire field from a deeply analytical and humanistic perspective. This approach results in fresh insights on every page delivered in Green's extremely precise but familiar style.... [F]or the serious student, researcher, or professional who is looking for a systematic framework for rethinking the theory and practices of moral education, this book has few rivals. It is destined to become a classic in its field and should be part of every serious collection in philosophy and moral education." - Choice
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Book Description Univ of Notre Dame Pr, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11026801924X
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