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Moral psychology - Wikipedia

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Moral psychology is a field of study in both philosophy and psychology. Some use the term ..... He theorized willpower, moral desires, and integrity have the capability for a .... of morality over t...

Plato's Ethics: An Overview (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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Sep 16, 2003 ... First, his conception of happiness differs in significant ways from ordinary views. ... Third, in crucial texts Plato's moral ideals appear both austere and ...... that consists in the control of the better part of the pleasures and desires of the ... The identification of justice, the excellence that is left over, ...

Moral Character (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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Jan 15, 2003 ... The views of moral character held by Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and the ... place to the exercise of virtue, for virtuous traits of character are stable and enduring ... Someone may be overcome by anger, fear, lust, and other desires, and act ..... under his (reason's) control and so to rule over himself … for unle...

Virtue Theory

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Here is the horse's mouth himself, Aristotle, discussing the nature of moral virtue, ... The person who is not morally virtuous is sometimes ruled by his or her ... or doing the act one exercises, exhibits or develops a morally vicious character. .... and intermediate dispositions--through repeated activity and experience over time...

Epictetus | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Although Epictetus based his teaching on the works of the early Stoics (none of which ... The eudaimonia ('happiness') of those who attain this ideal consists of ... Someone who seeks to make progress as a Stoic (a prokoptôn) understands that ..... things over which our prohairesis (moral character) has complete control.

Rational Personal Ethic - Optimal.org

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True Morality - Rational Principles for Optimal Living ... our legitimate desire for personal happiness or offer supposedly ideal, but impractical solutions. ... Furthermore, each individual really only controls his own morality - others can .... We can take most responsibility for our own lives because we have most control over it.

REVIEW - Monroe Community College

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shoes of different characters and experience empathy for them, this ... user is the center of his or her own universe, social networks ... desire for control over others, and fear that others may .... the ideal because “the categories in which men think of the world are ... moral outrage toward someone for engaging in behavior he ....

The What and Why of Loves ReasonsOCTOBER2014 - Princeton ...

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Consider a lover and his beloved who are atypical. ... virtue of loving someone, reasons of both a moral and a non-moral nature, comes to the fore. 2. ... and exercise a maximal capacity to realize her desires, whatever their ..... conventions , as they give us control over what other people know about what matters to us and.

Power and Bodily Practice: Applying the Work of Foucault to an ...

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force, and an increase in social control through individual self-discipline. His conception .... normality and deviance, power makes the norms appear moral or " right" and creates ... each individual's desire, for, in and over his body" (Foucault 1980b:57). .... disciplinary practices of anorexia embody the ideal of se...

Socrates and Happiness - Pursuit of Happiness

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Specifically, he recommended gaining rational control over your desires and harmonizing ... Through his influence on Plato and Aristotle, a new era of philosophy was ... As someone who trusted in the eternal value of the soul, he was unafraid to .... and c) the relationship between pleasure, happiness, and virtue (morality).