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    Ethical Analysis of Research Partnerships with Communities.Ernest Wallwork - 2008 - Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 18 (1):pp. 57-85.
    Community-researcher partnerships constitute one of the most important recent developments in biomedical ethics. The partnerships protect vulnerable communities within which research is conducted and help ensure that the communities benefit from the research. At the same time, they embody deep, core values about the social nature of persons and the value of community that significantly modify the radical individualism too often associated with the prevailing concepts of autonomy and respect for persons. This article examines the burgeoning literature on community-researcher partnerships (...)
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    Durkheim: Morality and Milieu.Ernest Wallwork - 1974 - Philosophical Review 83 (4):533-536.
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  3. The Varieties of Moral Personality.Owen Flanagan, Paul Ricoeur, Leroy Rouner, Charles Taylor & Ernest Wallwork - 1994 - Journal of Religious Ethics 22 (1):187-210.
    Views of the self may be plotted on a set of coordinates. On the axis that runs from fragmentation to unity, Rorty and Rorty's Freud champion the decentered self while Wallwork, Taylor, and Ricoeur argue for a sovereign, unified self. On the other axis, which runs from the disengaged, inward-turning self to the engaged and "sedimented" self, Wallwork, would be positioned near Rorty, defending self-creation against the narrative identity affirmed by Taylor and Ricoeur. Despite his skepticism concerning the communitarian agenda (...)
     
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    Thou Shalt Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself: The Freudian Critique.Ernest Wallwork - 1982 - Journal of Religious Ethics 10 (2):264 - 319.
    The five main arguments that Freud employs against the love commandment in "Civilization and Its Discontents" are examined in light of the psychological and ethical doctrines they presuppose. Freud's theory of narcissism is explored for its implications regarding psychological egosim, altruism, mutuality, universal love, and equality. A normative response to Freud's critique of the love commandment is sketched.
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    Emile Durkheim. His Life and Work.Durkheim. Morality and Milieu.Emile Durkheim. Sociologist and Philosopher.S. C. Humphreys, Steven Lukes, Ernest Wallwork & Dominick La Capra - 1975 - History and Theory 14 (2):233.
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    Sentiment and Structure: A Durkheimian Critique of Kohlberg's Moral Theory.Ernest Wallwork - 1985 - Journal of Moral Education 14 (2):87-101.
    Abstract This paper uses Durkheim's critique of Kant to criticize Kohlberg's theory of morality. After examining the applicability of Durkheim's criticism of Kant's definition of morality to Kohlberg's equation of morality with justice structures, it explores Durkheim's psychological views on emotional and dispositional aspects of morality, which are typically neglected by Kantians. Some standard criticisms of Durkheim's moral theory are re?examined and the argument is advanced that Durkheim's social ethic is substantively at Stage Six on Kohlberg's developmental schema. Several modifications (...)
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  7. Psycho-Analysis and Ethics.Ernest Wallwork - 1991 - Yale University Press.
    Psychoanalysis has had a profound impact on popular morals, for Freud’s discoveries have made us aware that unconscious motivations may subvert moral conduct and that moral judgments may be rationalizations of self-interest or expressions of hostility. Freud has, in fact, been called a founder of the “hermeneutics of suspicion” that pervades modern attitudes toward morality. In this book, however, a psychoanalyst who is also a professor of ethics asserts that we do not accurately understand Freud on the various psychological issues (...)
     
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  8. The Challenge of Teaching Freud: Depth Psychology and Religious Ethics.Ernest Wallwork - 2003 - In Diane E. Jonte-Pace (ed.), Teaching Freud. Oxford University Press. pp. 238.
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