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ArtikelSelf and Values : An Interactivist Foundation for Moral Development  
Oleh: Campbell, Robert L. ; Christopher, John Chambers ; Bickhard, Mark H.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Theory and Psychology vol. 12 no. 6 (Des. 2002), page 795–824.
Topik: FOUNDATION; interactivism; moral development; ontology; philosophies; psycho social and personality development; self; theories; values; interactivist; foundation
Fulltext: 795TP126.pdf (181.22KB)
Isi artikelThe standard research programs in moral development have been criticized for adopting a narrow and restrictive view of the moral domain. There has been a dearth of alternative theories that account for the diversity of mature moral viewpoints both within and outside Western culture. We present an interactivist framework that takes into account the plurality of moral perspectives. It does so by addressing fundamental issues of psychological ontology and providing an account of values and the self based on the interactivist conception of knowledge and the knowing - levels treatment of consciousness and developmental stages. We discuss foundational questions such as the nature of the self, how it develops and the relationship between the self and values or morals, with special attention to the nature and source of value conflicts.
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