The Last Step of Reason?

Journal of Moral Education 12 (2):104-110 (1983)
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Abstract Juridical ethics, as they have been called, are not a sufficient foundation of moral education. This has a richer base in visional and character ethics. Moral education requires a shift in focus from reversible thinking to ?narrative?. Religious education has a necessary contribution to make in terms of integrating vision and of methodology
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