Public address and moral judgment

critical studies in ethical tensions
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Rhetoric -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States, Rhetoric -- Political aspects -- United States, Speeches, addresses, etc., American -- History and criticism, English language -- United States -- Rhetoric, United States -- Politics and government -- 1989- -- Moral and ethical aspects, United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989 -- Moral and ethical as
StatementEdited by Shawn J. Parry-Giles and Trevor Parry-Giles.
SeriesRhetoric and public affairs series
ContributionsParry-Giles, Shawn J., 1960-, Parry-Giles, Trevor, 1963-
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LC ClassificationsE839.5 .P827 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23170155M
ISBN 139780870138683
LC Control Number2009007070
OCLC/WorldCa311074873

Public Address and Moral Judgment offers a critical look at the ways in which public address can enact moral codes, articulate moral judgments, and manifest ethical chapter carefully examines specific examples of public address for their moral dimensions, exploring how public address functions to articulate and express the ethical tensions of its time and 4/5(2).

Public Address and Moral Judgment offers a critical look at the ways in which public address can enact moral codes, articulate moral judgments, and manifest ethical chapter carefully examines specific examples of public address for their moral dimensions, exploring how public address functions to articulate and express the ethical tensions of its time and Brand: Parry-Giles, Shawn J.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Inroduction: Ethical and moral judgment and the power of public address / Shawn J. Parry-Giles, Trevor Parry-Giles --Where is public address?: George W.

Bush, Abu Ghraib, and contemporary moral discourse / Celeste Michelle Condit --George. Inroduction: Ethical and moral judgment and the power of public address / Shawn J.

Parry-Giles, Trevor Parry-Giles; Where is public address?: George W. Bush, Abu Ghraib, and contemporary moral discourse / Celeste Michelle Condit; George H.

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Bush and the strange disappearance of groups from civil rights talk / Vanessa B. Beasley. Barbara Herman argues for a radical shift in the way we perceive Kant's ethics.

She convincingly reinterprets the key texts, at once allowing Kant to mean what he says while showing that what Kant says makes good moral sense.

She urges us to abandon the tradition that describes Kantian ethics as a deontology, a moral system of rules of by: In book: The Oxford Handbook of Thinking and Reasoning, Chapter: Moral Judgment, Publisher: New York: Oxford University Press, Editors: K.

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Holyoak & R. Morrison, pp question we. Miller, ). The descriptive study of moral judgment is essentially the study of what (lay)people think is normative. (We elaborate more on normative approaches in the study of moral judgment and decision making in the third section under the heading Exercise caution when making comparisons to normative standards).File Size: KB.

Relation of Moral Judgment Development to Formal Education Article (PDF Available) in Developmental Psychology 21(4) July with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Key works: In many ways, Michael Smith's The Moral Problem is the both the most important work on moral judgment and the best place for someone interested in the topic to begin thinking seriously.

Smith, better than anyone else, sets out the problems which have dominated the philosophical agenda on moral judgment for the last two decades and presents a novel and. Time and moral judgment Renata S. Suter⇑, Ralph Hertwig University of Basel, Department of Psychology, MissionsstrasseBasel, Switzerland article info Article history: Received 5 July Revised 18 January Accepted 30 January Available online 26 February Keywords: Morality Judgment Reasoning Intuition Moral.

Requirement s for Moral Judgments. Although there is no complete list of adequacy criteria for moral judgments, moral judgments should be (1) logical, (2) based on facts, and (3) based on sound or defensible moral principles.

A moral judgment that is weak on any of these grounds is open to criticism. Moral Judgments Should Be Logical. McGraw (), “Moral Judgment and Decision Making,” In G. Keren & G. Wu (Eds.) especially likely to address “judgments of justic e, rights, and welfare pertaining to how peoplep.

Moral judgments often concern courses of action that. 3 entail some harm, especially loss of life or other physical harm, loss of rightful File Size: KB. Moral decision-making; Moral reasoning Definition Moral judgment refers to an evaluative assessment of others’ actions based on the agent’s motive as well as based on the consequence of the action within the context of societal and cultural values and standards.

Barbara Herman argues for a radical shift in the way we perceive Kant's ethics. She convincingly reinterprets the key texts, at once allowing Kant to mean what he says while showing that what Kant says makes good moral sense.

This book both clarifies Kant's own theory and adds programmatic vitality to modern moral philosophy. One person fights for anti-abortion because of the child’s right to live, another fights for a woman’s right to choose.

Moral Judgment book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Moral Judgment, James Q. Wilson demonstrates how our judicial syst /5. 8 tips for making moral judgments in public relations Next time some ethically undereducated soul says, "You're being judgmental," the appropriate response is, "Thanks, I work hard to be!" by Shannon Bowen, University of South Carolina.

Definition of a Moral Judgment - Volume 39 Issue - Timothy L. Sprigge Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our by: 6.

So limiting the discussion to the moral judgments of actions (or inactions) will also, with suitable obvious modifications, address the moral judgment of intentions, motives, character traits and people.

What distinguishes moral judgments from non moral judgments, is. The past decade has seen a renewed interest in moral psychology. A unique feature of the present endeavor is its unprecedented interdisciplinarity.

For the first time, cognitive, social, and developmental psychologists, neuroscientists, experimental philosophers, evolutionary biologists, and anthropologists collaborate to study the same or overlapping phenomena.

These moral judgments were simple ratings of each group member’s play in the game on a scale from “very immoral” to “very moral” (participants could also choose to submit “no judgment”).Author: Brent Simpson.

To put it simply, ethics represents the moral code that guides a person’s choices and behaviors throughout their life. The idea of a moral code extends beyond the individual to include what is. Those moral judgments that are endorsed by conscience b.

Those moral judgments that the majority of people accept c. Those moral judgments that we accept after we reason about them carefully d. Those moral judgments that we accept because of our upbringing. So a moral judgment of some kind was unavoidable.

The SEALs team wrestled with the question as a moral question, which is what makes this such a powerful story. But the broader point is this: It can often be clarifying to think about real-life dilemmas that lack obvious practical solutions, in order to examine the moral principles at stake.

moral judgement. I will start by offering an analysis of why traditional principle-based ethics have been thought to be in conflict with moral judgement. After a preliminary note about the relation between philosophical accounts of moral judgement and empirical moral psychology, I will then present my model of the capacity of moral judgement.

The Moral Judgment Test (MJT) has been constructed to assess subjects’ moral judgment compe-tence as it has been defined by Lawrence Kohlberg: „the capacity to make decisions and judgments which are moral (i.e., based on internal principles) and to act in accordance with such judgments” (Kohlberg,p.

; emphasis added). Rather than continue to ask whether morals are deliberate or affective, it’s time to ask when moral judgments are deliberate and when they are affective, and how these different types of reasoning both inform judgment.

Evidence for deliberate moral judgment, such as research by Cushman and Young, argue for a model of moral judgment in which. Ethics, an Overview. Defining Ethics. Moral judgment, Over time, the public expression of personal values has laid the foundations of law, custom, and tradition.

Personal values in this way exist in relation to cultural values, either in agreement with or divergent from prevailing norms. techniques for measuring moral judgment: The Moral Judg ment Interview and the Defining Issues Test.

The theoretical foundations, accompanying advantages and limitations, as well as appropriate usage of these methodologies are dis cussed. Adaptation and use of the instruments for business ethics research is given special attention.

Attention. Get this from a library. Social life and moral judgment. [Antony Flew] -- In this book, the author examines the social problems induced by the mature welfare state. Welfare states make ever-increasing financial demands on their citizenry, yet the evidence clearly supports.

Moral Judgment. One must never fail to pronounce moral judgment. Nothing can corrupt and disintegrate a culture or a man’s character as thoroughly as does the precept of moral agnosticism, the idea that one must never pass moral judgment on others, that one must be morally tolerant of anything, that the good consists of never distinguishing good from evil.

The next, giant step is to have the courage to be “judgmental” – because you know, with clarity and humility, that your moral judgments are rooted in the truth of things.

George Weigel is Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, D.C. and holds EPPC’s William E.

Simon Chair in Catholic Studies.Morality (from Latin: moralitas, lit. 'manner, character, proper behavior') is the differentiation of intentions, decisions and actions between those that are distinguished as proper and those that are improper. Morality can be a body of standards or principles derived from a code of conduct from a particular philosophy, religion or culture, or it can derive from a standard that a person.