Participation, not paternalism: Moral education, normative competence and the child’s entry into the moral community

Educational Philosophy and Theory 52 (2):192-205 (2020)
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Compared with children, adults are widely assumed to possess more mature moral understanding thus justifying deference to their moral authority and testimony. This paper examines philosophi...

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