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  1. The Graded Engagement Model of Admiration.Sabrina Little - 2021 - Theory and Research in Education 2021:1-26.
    Admiration is often described as having a singular motivational profile – the disposition to imitate. This article provides a developmental assessment of admiration’s action-potential, proposing a series of stages between (1) naïve imitation, a basic mimetic impulse, and (2) non-imitative virtuous actions. The process is marked by an increasing ability to represent the actions and desires of another, becoming the middle term between the learner and the exemplar. This developmental assessment is necessary because the leading accounts of moral development today (...)
     
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  2. Moving Beyond Rationalistic Responses to the Concern About Indoctrination in Moral Education.Ilya Zrudlo - 2021 - Theory and Research in Education 19 (2):185-203.
    Indoctrination is an ongoing concern in education, especially in debates about moral education. One approach to this issue is to come up with a rational procedure that can robustly justify potential items of moral education content. I call this the ‘rationalistic justification project’. Michael Hand’s recent book, A Theory of Moral Education, is representative of this approach. My essay has three parts. First, I show that Hand’s justificatory procedure – the problem-of-sociality justification – cannot serve the purposes he has in (...)
     
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