• AwI Lesson 3 Moral Commitment

    Achieving with Integrity teachers (2013) are welcomed to use this recording of Webinar 3 (Moral Commitment) to help them draft their own lesson. AwI is a project of The School for Ethical Education.

    published: 23 Apr 2013
  • Mexico Earthquake: A Moral Commitment

    On our third visit to Jojutla, we brought tools that will help clear debris, yet the task of completing the list of people who incurred damages due to the earthquake remains a priority as our distributions will begin soon. We are grateful for the involvement of our local volunteers, who were honoring those who died during the earthquake on Mexico’s Day of the Dead, yet felt a moral commitment to assist our mission even on a holiday. Learn more at https://www.tzuchi.us/blog/when-earthquakes-rattle-mexico

    published: 07 Nov 2017
  • What is MORAL REASONING? What does MORAL REASONING mean? MORAL REASONING meaning & explanation

    What is MORAL REASONING? What does MORAL REASONING mean? MORAL REASONING meaning - MORAL REASONING definition - MORAL REASONING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Moral reasoning is a study in psychology that overlaps with moral philosophy. It is also called moral development. Prominent contributors to the theory include Lawrence Kohlberg and Elliot Turiel. The term is sometimes used in a different sense: reasoning under conditions of uncertainty, such as those commonly obtained in a court of law. It is this sense that gave rise to the phrase, "To a moral certainty;" however, this sense is now seldom used outside of charges to juries. Moral reasoning can be defined as being the process in which an individual...

    published: 18 Feb 2017
  • LPACTV: THE INTERNATIONAL CREDIT SYSTEM-- A MORAL COMMITMENT

    www.LaRouchePAC.com - - Early LPACTV

    published: 18 May 2009
  • Moral Commitment 16 4 58

    published: 16 Apr 2015
  • Together We Stand: A Moral Commitment

    Beverly McCormick & Barbara Quijada - July 17, 2016

    published: 19 Jul 2016
  • Macron calls for moral commitment to Europe in Aachen

    Macron calls for moral commitment to Europe in Aachen

    published: 14 May 2018
  • พญ.ลลิตา Moral Commitment มีบทบาทอย่างไรกับพนักงาน

    Executive Director นพ.สมฤทธิ์ จันทรประทิน Director เชาวลิต เหล่าประเสริฐศิริ Co-Producer สิรพรรณ บุญรุ่ง Co-Producer จิตรา ปัญญาศิริ Producer พัฒนพรรณ ข่ายม่าน Producer กานต์ ก่อกิตติรัตน์ Creative Editor อรรถพล หลิมปานนท์ Cameraman ธันยา ศรีรัตน์ Cameraman วัชระ ดวงเกิด

    published: 11 Oct 2016
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    moral commitment

    published: 27 Dec 2011
  • Can You Solve This Dilemma?

    Follow me over to Vsauce3: https://youtu.be/BIePWBgKaXw Let me know what you would do in the comments! And subscribe to BrainCraft: http://ow.ly/rt5IE BrainCraft is written and hosted by Vanessa Hill for PBS Digital Studios. Talking psychology, neuroscience & why we act the way we do. Sound design: Joel Werner (http://joelwerner.com) Director of photography: Jake Roper (http://www.youtube.com/Vsauce3) Keep in touch! Snapchat: nessyhill Twitter https://twitter.com/nessyhill Instagram https://instagram.com/nessyhill Tumblr http://braincraft.tumblr.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Braincraft More BrainCraft! The Power of Sadness in Inside Out https://youtu.be/ST97BGCi3-w Why Do We Feel Lonely? https://youtu.be/scfV7G54KY0 REFERENCES The trolley problem Greene, J. D., Sommerville...

    published: 14 Aug 2015
  • Success Story Commitment

    published: 12 Apr 2013
  • The Path to Purpose with William Damon

    Today it’s an honor to have Dr. William Damon on the podcast. Dr. Damon is Director of the Stanford Center on Adolescence and Professor of Education at Stanford University. Damon’s current research explores how young people develop purpose in their civic, work, family, and community relationships. He examines how people learn to approach their vocational and civic lives with a focus on purpose, imagination, and high standards of excellence. Damon also has written widely about how to educate for moral and ethical understanding. Dr. Damon’s most recent books include The Power of Ideals, Failing Liberty 101, and The Path to Purpose: Helping Our Children Find Their Calling in Life. In this wide-ranging discussion, we cover the following topics: The definition of purpose The role of values in...

    published: 10 May 2018
  • Ros-Lehtinen and Deutch: Germany Must Meet Its Moral Commitment To Holocaust Survivors

    published: 07 Jun 2016
  • Sight For All - Introduction

    Sight For All Foundation is an eye health care partnership organisation with a moral commitment to fighting blindness in the developing world. Based at the South Australian Institute of Ophthalmology in Adelaide, Sight For All seeks to determine, through collaborative field research, the magnitude and causes of blindness in partner countries and to offer solutions that can help reduce the overwhelming socio-economic impact of visual impairment. By assisting local ophthalmologists and their staff with the equipment and skills to prevent blindness and restore sight, the Foundation can leave a long-term legacy of sustainable care with ripple effects improving the daily lives of thousands of people.

    published: 04 Nov 2010
  • What is MORAL PSYCHOLOGY? What does MORAL PSYCHOLOGY mean? MORAL PSYCHOLOGY meaning & explanation

    What is MORAL PSYCHOLOGY? What does MORAL PSYCHOLOGY mean? MORAL PSYCHOLOGY meaning - MORAL PSYCHOLOGY definition - MORAL PSYCHOLOGY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Moral psychology is a field of study in both philosophy and psychology. Some use the term "moral psychology" relatively narrowly to refer to the study of moral development. However, others tend to use the term more broadly to include any topics at the intersection of ethics, psychology, and philosophy of mind. Some of the main topics of the field are moral judgment, moral reasoning, moral sensitivity, moral responsibility, moral motivation, moral identity, moral action, moral development, moral diversity, moral character (especially as related ...

    published: 25 Feb 2017
  • Cornel West Interview

    Like Socrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. never confused success with greatness, he never confused financial prosperity with moral magnanimity, he never confused economic security with personal integrity, he never confused professional consciousness with deep moral commitment. what an example!

    published: 24 Mar 2011
  • Tara Smith: Pride is the commitment to achieving moral perfection

    Extracted and edited from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W3XsLxMFlY Tara Smith, who is a professor of philosophy at the University of Texas—Austin and holder of the BB&T Chair for the Study of Objectivism, delivered this talk in Chicago on April 17, 2012, as part of the Ayn Rand Center Speaker Series.

    published: 10 May 2018
  • Matt talks about head tax on Q13

    The way we do politics is broken. When beating the other guys becomes more important than improving people’s lives, we can all feel that something is wrong. There Is No Them is a movement to bring thoughtful, inclusive, results-focused solutions back into the public conversation. When we place our moral commitment to improved outcomes over an ideological commitment to doing things a certain way, there is no limit to the good we can achieve together. For more information check out our website: https://www.thereisnothem.us/

    published: 17 May 2018
  • Defining Basic Moral Concepts (OCON 2015)

    While we should always be clear on the meaning of the concepts we're using, this commitment to clarity is especially important with respect to concepts that the culture seeks to muddy. Today, argues Peter Schwartz, the primary muddiers are the advocates of altruism, and their targets are concepts of morality. This talk examines the obfuscations, including the "package-dealing," generated by altruists, and analyzes the valid and invalid definitions of crucial moral concepts. Peter Schwartz, a distinguished fellow and former chairman of the board of the Ayn Rand Institute, is the author of In Defense of Selfishness: Why the Code of Self-Sacrifice Is Unjust and Destructive. This talk was recorded live on July 5, 2015, at Objectivist Summer Conference 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina. --- ...

    published: 02 Dec 2015
  • Moral Commitments, Emotional Identifications, & Historical Evidence Teaching the Arab Israeli Confl

    Joel Beinin shares his experiences on teaching a controversial subject like the Arab-Israeli conflict and how he approaches the topic. (January 20, 2003)

    published: 24 Jun 2015
  • Focusing on an Institutional Social Responsibility

    We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. - Winston Churchill Chandigarh University organized SMART JUNIORS PROGRAMME - an ISR activity carried out for the Welfare of the Rural Children. As a part of the social responsibility, constitutional opportunity and moral commitment to help others, Chandigarh University had adopted 6 villages and is focusing on the areas such as Economic Upliftment, Women Empowerment & Healthcare. Sneak into the video and feel the sense of Social Responsibility...

    published: 08 May 2017
  • A Moral And Theological Statement of Darrel L. Heath And A Commitment To Truth

    Part 17. Narrator's commentary withheld. Feel free to comment.

    published: 15 Jun 2011
  • Molly Crockett and Jesse Prinz - Is Empathy Important for Morality?

    Professor Jesse Prinz (Philosophy, City University of New York) Professor Molly Crockett (Neuroscience, University of Oxford) Chaired by Dr Simone Schnall (Psychology, University of Cambridge) Abstract Empathy is widely and increasingly heralded as an essential ingredient of morality. It is said to be necessary for moral development, moral motivation, and even for comprehending the moral domain. But is empathy really important for morality? Prof Jesse Prinz and Prof Molly Crockett will address these claims and engage in a discussion and Q&A session. Prof Prinz argues that empathy is in fact not necessary for morality, and it may even be harmful. Because empathy can bias us towards our near and dear, and blind us to demands of justice, we should look beyond empathy in developing recomm...

    published: 09 Mar 2015
  • Cornel West on Success and Greatness

    Like Socrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. never confused success with greatness, he never confused financial prosperity with moral magnanimity, he never confused economic security with personal integrity, he never confused professional consciousness with deep moral commitment. what an example!

    published: 24 Mar 2011
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AwI Lesson 3 Moral Commitment
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AwI Lesson 3 Moral Commitment

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Achieving with Integrity teachers (2013) are welcomed to use this recording of Webinar 3 (Moral Commitment) to help them draft their own lesson. AwI is a project of The School for Ethical Education.
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Mexico Earthquake: A Moral Commitment
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Mexico Earthquake: A Moral Commitment

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On our third visit to Jojutla, we brought tools that will help clear debris, yet the task of completing the list of people who incurred damages due to the earthquake remains a priority as our distributions will begin soon. We are grateful for the involvement of our local volunteers, who were honoring those who died during the earthquake on Mexico’s Day of the Dead, yet felt a moral commitment to assist our mission even on a holiday. Learn more at https://www.tzuchi.us/blog/when-earthquakes-rattle-mexico
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What is MORAL REASONING? What does MORAL REASONING mean? MORAL REASONING meaning & explanation
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What is MORAL REASONING? What does MORAL REASONING mean? MORAL REASONING meaning & explanation

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What is MORAL REASONING? What does MORAL REASONING mean? MORAL REASONING meaning - MORAL REASONING definition - MORAL REASONING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Moral reasoning is a study in psychology that overlaps with moral philosophy. It is also called moral development. Prominent contributors to the theory include Lawrence Kohlberg and Elliot Turiel. The term is sometimes used in a different sense: reasoning under conditions of uncertainty, such as those commonly obtained in a court of law. It is this sense that gave rise to the phrase, "To a moral certainty;" however, this sense is now seldom used outside of charges to juries. Moral reasoning can be defined as being the process in which an individual tries to determine the difference between what is right and what is wrong in a personal situation by using logic. This is an important and often daily process that people use in an attempt to do the right thing. Every day for instance, people are faced with the dilemma of whether or not to lie in a given situation. People make this decision by reasoning the morality of the action and weighing that against its consequences. Although all moral choice can be seen as personal choice, some choices can be seen as an economic choice, or an ethical choice described by some ethical code or regulated by ethical relationships with others. There are four components of moral behavior. The first of these is moral sensitivity, which is "the ability to see an ethical dilemma, including how our actions will affect others." The second is moral judgment, which is "the ability to reason correctly about what 'ought' to be done in a specific situation." The third is moral motivation, which is "a personal commitment to moral action, accepting responsibility for the outcome." The fourth and final component of moral behavior is moral character, which is a "courageous persistence in spite of fatigue or temptations to take the easy way out." Distinctions between theories of moral reasoning can be accounted for by evaluating inferences (which tend to be either deductive or inductive)based on a given set of premises. Deductive inference reaches a conclusion that is true based on whether a given a set of premises preceding the conclusion are also true, whereas, inductive inference goes beyond information given in a set of premises to base the conclusion on provoked reflection. This branch of psychology is concerned with how these issues are perceived by ordinary people, and so is the foundation of descriptive ethics. There are many different moral reasonings. Moral reasoning is culturally defined, and thus is difficult to apply; yet human relationships define our existence and thus defy cultural boundaries.
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LPACTV: THE INTERNATIONAL CREDIT SYSTEM-- A MORAL COMMITMENT
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LPACTV: THE INTERNATIONAL CREDIT SYSTEM-- A MORAL COMMITMENT

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www.LaRouchePAC.com - - Early LPACTV
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Together We Stand: A Moral Commitment
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Together We Stand: A Moral Commitment

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Beverly McCormick & Barbara Quijada - July 17, 2016
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Macron calls for moral commitment to Europe in Aachen
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Macron calls for moral commitment to Europe in Aachen

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Macron calls for moral commitment to Europe in Aachen
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พญ.ลลิตา Moral Commitment มีบทบาทอย่างไรกับพนักงาน
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พญ.ลลิตา Moral Commitment มีบทบาทอย่างไรกับพนักงาน

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Executive Director นพ.สมฤทธิ์ จันทรประทิน Director เชาวลิต เหล่าประเสริฐศิริ Co-Producer สิรพรรณ บุญรุ่ง Co-Producer จิตรา ปัญญาศิริ Producer พัฒนพรรณ ข่ายม่าน Producer กานต์ ก่อกิตติรัตน์ Creative Editor อรรถพล หลิมปานนท์ Cameraman ธันยา ศรีรัตน์ Cameraman วัชระ ดวงเกิด
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Can You Solve This Dilemma?
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Can You Solve This Dilemma?

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Follow me over to Vsauce3: https://youtu.be/BIePWBgKaXw Let me know what you would do in the comments! And subscribe to BrainCraft: http://ow.ly/rt5IE BrainCraft is written and hosted by Vanessa Hill for PBS Digital Studios. Talking psychology, neuroscience & why we act the way we do. Sound design: Joel Werner (http://joelwerner.com) Director of photography: Jake Roper (http://www.youtube.com/Vsauce3) Keep in touch! Snapchat: nessyhill Twitter https://twitter.com/nessyhill Instagram https://instagram.com/nessyhill Tumblr http://braincraft.tumblr.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Braincraft More BrainCraft! The Power of Sadness in Inside Out https://youtu.be/ST97BGCi3-w Why Do We Feel Lonely? https://youtu.be/scfV7G54KY0 REFERENCES The trolley problem Greene, J. D., Sommerville, R. B., Nystrom, L. E., Darley, J. M., & Cohen, J. D. (2001). An fMRI investigation of emotional engagement in moral judgment.Science, 293(5537), 2105-2108. http://nwkpsych.rutgers.edu/~kharber/gradseminar/readings/class%204%20readings/Science%202001%20Greene.pdf Greene, J. D. (2011). Emotion and morality: A tasting menu. Emot Rev, 3, 1-3. http://ejournal.narotama.ac.id/files/Emotion%20and%20Morality%20-%20A%20Tasting%20Menu.pdf Bauman, C. W., McGraw, A. P., Bartels, D. M., & Warren, C. (2014). Revisiting external validity: Concerns about trolley problems and other sacrificial dilemmas in moral psychology. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 8(9), 536-554. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/5j0215cr Skulmowski, A., Bunge, A., Kaspar, K., & Pipa, G. (2014). Forced-choice decision-making in modified trolley dilemma situations: a virtual reality and eye tracking study. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience, 8. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00426/full Bauman, C. W., McGraw, A. P., Bartels, D. M., & Warren, C. (2014). Revisiting external validity: Concerns about trolley problems and other sacrificial dilemmas in moral psychology. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 8(9), 536-554. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/5j0215cr Moral judgements Koster-Hale, J., Saxe, R., Dungan, J., & Young, L. L. (2013). Decoding moral judgments from neural representations of intentions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110(14), 5648-5653. http://moralitylab.bc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Koster-Hale2013.pdf (I didn’t have time to mention this one, but it’s very interesting) Moral rationalism Doyle, J. (2000). Moral Rationalism and Moral Commitment. Philosophical and Phenomenological Research, 1-22. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2653425?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents Moral sense theory Wilson, J. Q. (1993). The moral sense. American Political Science Review,87(01), 1-11. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2707637?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/moral-sentimentalism/ Psychopaths Dutton, K. (2012). The wisdom of psychopaths: What saints, spies, and serial killers can teach us about success. Macmillan. https://books.google.com/books?id=UknwiXRxdSIC&lpg=PP3&ots=30_luzuXUJ&dq=the%20wisdom%20of%20psychopaths&lr&pg=PP3#v=onepage&q=the%20wisdom%20of%20psychopaths&f=false
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Success Story Commitment
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Success Story Commitment

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The Path to Purpose with William Damon
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The Path to Purpose with William Damon

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Today it’s an honor to have Dr. William Damon on the podcast. Dr. Damon is Director of the Stanford Center on Adolescence and Professor of Education at Stanford University. Damon’s current research explores how young people develop purpose in their civic, work, family, and community relationships. He examines how people learn to approach their vocational and civic lives with a focus on purpose, imagination, and high standards of excellence. Damon also has written widely about how to educate for moral and ethical understanding. Dr. Damon’s most recent books include The Power of Ideals, Failing Liberty 101, and The Path to Purpose: Helping Our Children Find Their Calling in Life. In this wide-ranging discussion, we cover the following topics: The definition of purpose The role of values in purpose The difference between purpose and meaning Vicktor Frankl’s “will to meaning” How purpose is a late developing capacity The difference between purpose and resiliency The paths to purpose among young people Methods for developing purpose Moral commitment among moral exemplars Purpose among leaders The importance of taking “ultimate responsibility” in life How we are leaving young people unprepared in a civic society For the full show notes and links relevant to this episode, go to: https://scottbarrykaufman.com/podcast/path-purpose-william-damon/ Subscribe to The Psychology Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/psychology-podcast-dr.-scott/id942777522 https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-psychology-podcast-with-scott-barry-kaufman/the-psychology-podcast-with-dr-scott-barry-kaufman?refid=stpr See past epodes and join in the Discussion: https://scottbarrykaufman.com/podcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepsychologypodcast?ref=br_tf Twitter: https://twitter.com/psychpodcast
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Ros-Lehtinen and Deutch: Germany Must Meet Its Moral Commitment To Holocaust Survivors
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Ros-Lehtinen and Deutch: Germany Must Meet Its Moral Commitment To Holocaust Survivors

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Sight For All - Introduction
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Sight For All Foundation is an eye health care partnership organisation with a moral commitment to fighting blindness in the developing world. Based at the South Australian Institute of Ophthalmology in Adelaide, Sight For All seeks to determine, through collaborative field research, the magnitude and causes of blindness in partner countries and to offer solutions that can help reduce the overwhelming socio-economic impact of visual impairment. By assisting local ophthalmologists and their staff with the equipment and skills to prevent blindness and restore sight, the Foundation can leave a long-term legacy of sustainable care with ripple effects improving the daily lives of thousands of people.
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What is MORAL PSYCHOLOGY? What does MORAL PSYCHOLOGY mean? MORAL PSYCHOLOGY meaning & explanation
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What is MORAL PSYCHOLOGY? What does MORAL PSYCHOLOGY mean? MORAL PSYCHOLOGY meaning & explanation

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What is MORAL PSYCHOLOGY? What does MORAL PSYCHOLOGY mean? MORAL PSYCHOLOGY meaning - MORAL PSYCHOLOGY definition - MORAL PSYCHOLOGY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Moral psychology is a field of study in both philosophy and psychology. Some use the term "moral psychology" relatively narrowly to refer to the study of moral development. However, others tend to use the term more broadly to include any topics at the intersection of ethics, psychology, and philosophy of mind. Some of the main topics of the field are moral judgment, moral reasoning, moral sensitivity, moral responsibility, moral motivation, moral identity, moral action, moral development, moral diversity, moral character (especially as related to virtue ethics), altruism, psychological egoism, moral luck, moral forecasting, moral emotion, affective forecasting, and moral disagreement. Moral psychology is a novel branch within the field of psychology. The study of moral identity development is one aspect of psychology that shows the most potential for growth due to the numerous sections within the field regarding its structure, mechanisms, and dynamics. A moral act is a type of behavior that refers to an act that has either a moral or immoral consequence. Moral Psychology can be applied across a broad range of studies, including philosophy and psychology. However it is implemented in different ways depending on culture. In many cultures, a moral act refers to an act that entails free will, purity, liberty, honesty, and meaning. An immoral act refers to an act that entails corruption and fraudulence and usually leads to negative consequences. Some psychologists that have worked in the field are: Jean Piaget, Lawrence Kohlberg, Elliot Turiel, Jonathan Haidt, Linda Skitka, Leland Saunders, Marc Hauser, C. Daniel Batson, Jean Decety, Joshua Greene, A. Peter McGraw, Philip Tetlock, Darcia Narvaez, Tobias Krettenauer, Liane Young and Fiery Cushman. Some philosophers that have worked in the field are Stephen Stich, John Doris, Joshua Knobe, John Mikhail, Shaun Nichols, Thomas Nagel, Robert C. Roberts, Jesse Prinz, Michael Smith, and R. Jay Wallace. Moral psychology began with early philosophers such as Aristotle, Plato, and Socrates. They believed that “to know the good is to do the good.” They analyzed the ways in which people make decisions with regards to moral identity. The battle of good versus evil has been studied since the time moral psychology became accepted as a formal branch of psychology/philosophy up until the present and it continues to expand. As the field of psychology began to divide away from philosophy, moral psychology expanded to include risk perception and moralization, morality with regards to medical practices, concepts of self-worth, and the role of emotions when analyzing one’s moral identity. In most introductory psychology courses, students learn about moral psychology by studying the psychologist Lawrence Kohlberg, who introduced the moral development theory in 1969. This theory was built on Piaget's observation that children develop intuitions about justice that they can later articulate. The increasing sophistication of articulation of reasoning is a sign of development. Moral cognitive development centered around justice and guided moral action increase with development, resulting in a postconventional thinker that can "do no other" than what is reasoned to be the most moral action. But researchers using the Kohlberg model found a gap between what people said was most moral and actions they took. Today, some psychologists and students alike rely on Blasi’s self-model that link ideas of moral judgment and action through moral commitment. Those with moral goals central to the self-concept are more likely to take moral action. The individual feels responsible for taking the moral action. However, those who are motivated will attain a unique moral identity.
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Cornel West Interview
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Cornel West Interview

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Like Socrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. never confused success with greatness, he never confused financial prosperity with moral magnanimity, he never confused economic security with personal integrity, he never confused professional consciousness with deep moral commitment. what an example!
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Tara Smith: Pride is the commitment to achieving moral perfection
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Tara Smith: Pride is the commitment to achieving moral perfection

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Extracted and edited from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W3XsLxMFlY Tara Smith, who is a professor of philosophy at the University of Texas—Austin and holder of the BB&T Chair for the Study of Objectivism, delivered this talk in Chicago on April 17, 2012, as part of the Ayn Rand Center Speaker Series.
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Matt talks about head tax on Q13
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Matt talks about head tax on Q13

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The way we do politics is broken. When beating the other guys becomes more important than improving people’s lives, we can all feel that something is wrong. There Is No Them is a movement to bring thoughtful, inclusive, results-focused solutions back into the public conversation. When we place our moral commitment to improved outcomes over an ideological commitment to doing things a certain way, there is no limit to the good we can achieve together. For more information check out our website: https://www.thereisnothem.us/
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Defining Basic Moral Concepts (OCON 2015)
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Defining Basic Moral Concepts (OCON 2015)

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While we should always be clear on the meaning of the concepts we're using, this commitment to clarity is especially important with respect to concepts that the culture seeks to muddy. Today, argues Peter Schwartz, the primary muddiers are the advocates of altruism, and their targets are concepts of morality. This talk examines the obfuscations, including the "package-dealing," generated by altruists, and analyzes the valid and invalid definitions of crucial moral concepts. Peter Schwartz, a distinguished fellow and former chairman of the board of the Ayn Rand Institute, is the author of In Defense of Selfishness: Why the Code of Self-Sacrifice Is Unjust and Destructive. This talk was recorded live on July 5, 2015, at Objectivist Summer Conference 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina. --- Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM6z9wqPxdRHjAC_Pjdp5yQ ARI offers educational experiences, based on Ayn Rand's books and ideas, to a variety of audiences, including students, educators, policymakers and lifelong learners. ARI also engages in research and advocacy efforts, applying Rand's ideas to current issues and seeking to promote her philosophical principles of reason, rational self-interest and laissez-faire capitalism. We invite you to explore how Ayn Rand viewed the world — and to consider the distinctive insights offered by ARI's experts today. Subscribe to ARI's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM6z9wqPxdRHjAC_Pjdp5yQ Explore ARI: http://www.AynRand.org Follow ARI on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AynRandInst Like ARI on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AynRandInstitute
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Moral Commitments, Emotional Identifications, & Historical Evidence  Teaching the Arab Israeli Confl
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Moral Commitments, Emotional Identifications, & Historical Evidence Teaching the Arab Israeli Confl

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Joel Beinin shares his experiences on teaching a controversial subject like the Arab-Israeli conflict and how he approaches the topic. (January 20, 2003)
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Focusing on an Institutional Social Responsibility
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Focusing on an Institutional Social Responsibility

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We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. - Winston Churchill Chandigarh University organized SMART JUNIORS PROGRAMME - an ISR activity carried out for the Welfare of the Rural Children. As a part of the social responsibility, constitutional opportunity and moral commitment to help others, Chandigarh University had adopted 6 villages and is focusing on the areas such as Economic Upliftment, Women Empowerment & Healthcare. Sneak into the video and feel the sense of Social Responsibility...
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A Moral And Theological Statement of Darrel L. Heath And A Commitment To Truth
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A Moral And Theological Statement of Darrel L. Heath And A Commitment To Truth

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Part 17. Narrator's commentary withheld. Feel free to comment.
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Molly Crockett and Jesse Prinz - Is Empathy Important for Morality?
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Molly Crockett and Jesse Prinz - Is Empathy Important for Morality?

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Professor Jesse Prinz (Philosophy, City University of New York) Professor Molly Crockett (Neuroscience, University of Oxford) Chaired by Dr Simone Schnall (Psychology, University of Cambridge) Abstract Empathy is widely and increasingly heralded as an essential ingredient of morality. It is said to be necessary for moral development, moral motivation, and even for comprehending the moral domain. But is empathy really important for morality? Prof Jesse Prinz and Prof Molly Crockett will address these claims and engage in a discussion and Q&A session. Prof Prinz argues that empathy is in fact not necessary for morality, and it may even be harmful. Because empathy can bias us towards our near and dear, and blind us to demands of justice, we should look beyond empathy in developing recommendations about how to instill moral competence and encourage moral commitment. For Prof Crockett, answering the question of whether empathy is necessary to morality has been difficult due to the limitations of methods for measuring morality in the lab. Most research on human morality has relied on hypothetical judgments but there is evidence that hypothetical judgments are poor predictors of real moral decisions. In her talk she will describe newly developed methods for quantifying morality in the lab and present the results of a series of behavioral experiments investigating how people disvalue the pain of strangers relative to their own pain. These studies provide empirical data bearing on the question of whether empathy is important and necessary for morality. Professor Jesse J. Prinz is a Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and director of the Committee for Interdisciplinary Science Studies at the City University of New York. He has published over 100 articles on several topics in moral psychology, philosophy, and consciousness. His books include The Conscious Brain, Beyond Human Nature, and many others. A leading advocate of empirical approaches to philosophical questions, Prof Prinz emphasizes the role of culture and emotion in shaping human morals. Professor Molly Crockett is an Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford. Her pioneering work on the neural basis of altruism and morality has been published in top journals including Science and PNAS, and has been covered by the New York Times, BBC, Scientific American, and others. Prof Crockett is intrigued by how individuals reconcile multiple conflicting motives in moral decision-making, and how neuroscience can help individuals make better decisions.
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Cornel West on Success and Greatness
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Cornel West on Success and Greatness

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Like Socrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. never confused success with greatness, he never confused financial prosperity with moral magnanimity, he never confused economic security with personal integrity, he never confused professional consciousness with deep moral commitment. what an example!
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