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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Breves considerações sobre noções morais

Guimarães, João Alberto Correia January 1920 (has links)
No description available.
2

Moral aus Interesse Metaethik der Vertragstheorie

Grundherr, Michael von January 2006 (has links)
Zugl.: München, Univ., Diss., 2006
3

Moral cognition : individual differences, intuition and reasoning in moral judgement /

Björklund, Fredrik, January 1900 (has links)
Diss. (sammanfattning) Lund : Univ. / Härtill 3 appendix. Finns även på Internet med adressen: http://www.lub.lu.se/luft/diss/soc231t̲ransit.html.
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La protection des intérêts incorporels en droit de la réparation des dommages : essai d'une théorie en droit français et allemand /

Berg, Oliver. January 2006 (has links)
Texte remanié de: Thèse de doctorat--Droit privé--Strasbourg 3, 2003. / Bibliogr. 345-371. Index. Résumé en allemand.
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Moralidade e Trapaça: Um Estudo com Crianças de 5 e 10 Anos

PESSOTTI, A. M. 26 August 2010 (has links)
Made available in DSpace on 2016-08-29T14:10:09Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 tese_3215_Dissertação Pessotti (2010).pdf: 1400740 bytes, checksum: 000bdd766ee936c402071160445ae497 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2010-08-26 / Este estudo tem por objetivo investigar, em uma perspectiva psicogenética, a trapaça no que diz respeito à relação entre o juízo hipotético, a observação da ação e o juízo da própria ação de crianças em uma situação de jogos de regras, com base na teoria piagetiana. Participaram desta, 40 crianças de duas escolas particulares do município de Linhares ES, com idades de 5 e 10 anos, distribuídas igualmente de acordo com a idade e o sexo. Realizamos esta pesquisa utilizando os seguintes instrumentos: uma história e um roteiro de entrevista envolvendo a trapaça no Jogo da Velha; o jogo Cara a Cara e um roteiro de entrevista pós jogo Cara a Cara. A pesquisa foi realizada em três fases: (a) juízo hipotético sobre a trapaça, (b) observação da ação da trapaça e (c) juízo a respeito da ação da trapaça. Os resultados nos permitiram observar, quanto ao juízo hipotético sobre trapaça, que ao serem solicitadas a estabelecerem um juízo a respeito da atitude narrada, a totalidade dos participantes disse que o ato de trapacear estava errado, sendo que o maior número de justificativas mencionadas entre as crianças de 5 anos foi argumentos circulares. Em contrapartida, a categoria citada mais vezes pelos participantes de 10 anos foi desobedeceu à regra do jogo. No que concerne à observação, foi possível notar que, na ausência da experimentadora, a trapaça ocorreu mais entre as crianças de 5 anos que entre as de 10 anos. Contrariamente, na presença da experimentadora, não foi verificada diferença relevante na freqüência de trapaça entre as duas idades. Além disso, constatamos uma variedade de comportamentos para trapacear. Em relação ao juízo a respeito da ação da trapaça, notamos que, quando perguntados indiretamente sobre a ação, as crianças de 5 anos fazem menção mais freqüentemente a respeito da trapaça. Do mesmo modo, ao perguntarmos diretamente sobre a atitude mantida durante o experimento, mais crianças de 5 anos dizem ter trapaceado que de 10 anos. Por meio destes resultados, foi possível notar que as crianças sabem que trapacear não é correto, mas muitas trapaceiam e poucas admitem, principalmente entre os mais velhos. Dessa maneira, este trabalho contribui para o estudo da moralidade porque, ao demonstrar a importância da dimensão da ação, pode oferecer subsídios para um trabalho de educação moral.
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Moral Motivation and the Devil

Haderlie, Derek Christian 19 May 2014 (has links)
In this paper, I call into question the thesis known as judgment internalism about moral motivation. Broadly construed, this thesis holds that there is a non-contingent relation between moral judgment and moral motivation. The difficulty for judgment internalism arises because of amoral agents: when an agent both knows the right and yet fails to be motivated to act on this knowledge. Specifically, I cite John Milton's Satan from Paradise Lost. This is a problem because it calls into question the non-contingent relation between moral judgment and moral motivation. I argue that in order for judgment internalism to be viable in reconciling judgment internalism and amoralism, it must provide plausible accounts of both (a) the relationship between judging and motivation, and (b) the conditions for defeasibility. While crude versions of the thesis fail to do this, I provide a revised thesis which I call Narrative Internalism, which assumes a narrative theory of the self. This thesis has the dual strength that it can account for both why one would typically be motivated to Φ upon judging that it is right to Φ and also the conditions that might obtain such that one would fail to be motivated. This account of moral psychology explains both (a) the relationship between judging and motivation, and (b) the conditions for defeasibility by giving an account of plausible defeasibility conditions. I conclude that unless there are more plausible accounts of judgment internalism in the offing, which doesn't seem apparent to me, we should adopt Narrative Internalism. / Master of Arts
7

On the nature of luck

31 July 2019 (has links)
archives@tulane.edu / 1 / Jesse Hill
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The Nature and Value of Moral Distress in Medical Practice

January 2018 (has links)
acase@tulane.edu / This dissertation analyzes the difficult moral decisions encountered predominantly in medical contexts. In particular, the notion of moral distress among nurses and physicians has received a great deal of attention in recent literature, and understandably so. Moral distress has been identified as a leading cause of practitioner burnout and staffing shortages, which, in turn, negatively impact patients. Yet, the precise nature and the potentially positive value of moral distress remain relatively unexplored. By incorporating contemporary research on the moral emotions and their significance for moral responsibility, the following work provides a robust account of moral distress, one that challenges the common assessments of its problematic nature. The project begins by making clear exactly what an account of moral distress should be able to explain and how the most widely cited notions in the existing literature leave significant explanatory gaps. I then propose a comprehensive, analytically robust account that is equipped to explain a wide range of plausible cases. On the view I develop, moral distress is best understood as a tension between agents’ negative emotions and their judgments that they are either not morally responsible for any potential wrongdoing or cannot do anything to improve the circumstances. With this account in mind, I argue for the positive value of moral distress. Although the phenomenon may be associated with undesirable effects, the experience itself appears to be partly constitutive of an honorable character and can reveal and affirm some of our most important concerns as moral agents. Additionally, moral distress bears potentially positive value for others. It provides an appropriate response by which practitioners can take the blame for medical error and thereby help patients and families to move forward. Finally, I examine moral distress and its relationship to compassion fatigue, a commonly associated yet importantly distinct phenomenon. I show that while morally distressed agents are often excused from responsibility, compassion fatigue constitutes a sort of marginal agency. Accordingly, compassion fatigue should be far more alarming and demands policies addressing the condition itself, while the problem of moral distress lies primarily in the circumstances and need not be alleviated directly. / 1 / Daniel Tigard
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A Critical study of current theories of moral education /

Hart, Joseph K. January 1910 (has links)
Thesis (PH. D)--University of Chicago. / Includes bibliographical references. Also available on the Internet. Also issued online.
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Die Objektivität der Moral /

Ernst, Gerhard. January 2008 (has links)
Univ., Habil.-Schr. u.d.T.: Ernst, Gerhard: Die Natur der Moral--München, 2004.

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