Do People have the Virtues or Vices? Some Results from Psychology

In Bradshaw David (ed.), Ethics and the Challenge of Secularism: Russian and Western Perspectives. Council for Research in Values and Philosophy. 63-88 (2013)
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This paper extends the recent discussion in philosophy of the empirical adequacy of traditional virtues and vices, to the area of work on cheating behavior and cheating motivation.
Keywords Cheating  Situationism  Virtue Ethics  Honesty  Virtue
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