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    Piaget and Durkheim: Competing Paradigms in the Anthropology of Morality.Nancy Eberhardt - 2014 - Anthropological Theory 14 (3):301-316.
    The recent resurgence of interest in the anthropology of morality has been accompanied by repeated calls to disentangle the moral from the cultural. The conflation of these domains is seen as a hindrance to further advancement in developing a theory of morality and is frequently blamed on the persistent influence of Durkheim’s powerful conception of society as the ultimate moral authority. In this essay, I explore the contrasting views of one of Durkheim’s contemporaries, the psychologist Jean Piaget, and consider their (...)
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    Integrating Philosophy with Anthropology in an Approach to Morality.David Wong - 2014 - Anthropological Theory 14 (3).
    Philosophy and anthropology need to integrate their accounts of what a morality is. I identify three desiderata that an account of morality should satisfy: (1) it should recognize significant diversity and variation in the major kinds of value, (2) it should specify a set of criteria for what counts as a morality, and (3) it should indicate the basis for distinguishing between more or less justifiable moralities, or true and false moralities. I will discuss why these three desiderata are hard (...)
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