Beyond Dogmatism and Unbelief: A Redefiniton of Moral Education

Journal of Moral Education 4 (3):231-242 (1975)
Abstract: Moral education must be based on universal religious values, such as equality and faith, if it expects to have an impact on character development The central objective of our moral education programme is co?operation. To specify what is meant by co?operation, three of its aspects ?? courtesy, consultation and service ?? are discussed. Methods of facilitating moral development fall into three categories: ground rules, modelling, and moral reasoning. These methods must be used jointly if they are to be effective. Releasing the potential of both the society and the individual constitutes the goal of moral education
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