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Rashi, Tsuriel – Ethics and Education, 2019
In Jewish tradition, expectations of the ideal teacher are very high, especially because the teacher is a role model for the next generation. So how does one become an ideal teacher? What is the proper image of a teacher according to Jewish ethics? The present paper is an attempt to answer a series of questions about what makes an ideal teacher…
Descriptors: Ethics, Ethical Instruction, Judaism, Jews
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Goodman, Joan F. – Ethics and Education, 2019
Despite a resurgence of interest in character education, just what 'character' means is contested. Two strands, while overlapping, diverge on several questions: Is character centrally about moral qualities or more inclusive? Does it consist of one or multiple traits? Does it regard virtue as independently or instrumentally good? Is character a set…
Descriptors: School Role, Values Education, Reflection, Ethics
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Dineen, Katy – Ethics and Education, 2019
Modern Kantians often address the conception of Kant as 'cold hearted rationalist' by arguing that there is a place, in Kantian moral theory, for the emotions. This theme of reconciling Kantianism with the emotions is concurrent with a recent interest, on the part of some Kantians, in issues pertaining to character education. This paper will argue…
Descriptors: Philosophy, Autism, Emotional Response, Citizenship Education
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Keck, Charles S. – Ethics and Education, 2019
Foucault's invitation to the subject is to become free of themselves by learning to think differently. Such a project has as its goal the mastery of the self, and can be understood as a Foucaultian 'politics of ourselves'. Foucault's ethical turn is an invitation for subjectivity to undertake its own radical education. Whilst this invitation has…
Descriptors: Psychotherapy, Metacognition, Spiritual Development, Self Concept
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Inon, Magen – Ethics and Education, 2019
Research shows that various pharmaceuticals can offer modest cognition enhancing effects for healthy individuals. These finding have caused some academics to support liberal use of pharmacological cognitive enhancement (PCE) in schools and universities. This approach partially arises from arguments implying there is little moral justification for…
Descriptors: Pharmacology, Drug Use, Cognitive Ability, Moral Values
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Tan, Charlene – Ethics and Education, 2019
This article explores Mencius' extension of moral feelings and its potential to address a key challenge in cosmopolitan education: how to motivate students to expand their existing affection and obligations towards their family and community to the rest of the world. Rather than strong universalism, a Mencian orientation is aligned with rooted…
Descriptors: Ethics, Moral Values, Cultural Context, Confucianism
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Tsabar, Boaz – Ethics and Education, 2019
The article aims to discuss the ethical ambiguities inherent to pedagogical tutoring teaching-relationships work in teacher training institutions. The thrust of its argument is that the special character of teaching relationships in pedagogical tutoring work invites an implicit blurring of boundary lines (formal/informal, professional/personal),…
Descriptors: Ethics, Teacher Education Programs, Decision Making, Teacher Role
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Stone, Lynda – Ethics and Education, 2019
This article posits an interpersonal ethical commitment to combat dangers to democracy in current times. Largely within an American context, two complementary pillars of ethics are presented. The first is from Nel Noddings and the ethics of care and the second developed primarily from Richard Rorty in a neo-pragmatist view. The contexts of present…
Descriptors: Ethics, Democracy, Interpersonal Relationship, Caring
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Schildermans, Hans; Simons, Maarten; Masschelein, Jan – Ethics and Education, 2019
The question concerning the relation between thinking and the university is the starting point of this paper. After a very brief outline of some reflections on this topic, the case of Campus in Camps, a Palestinian experimental university, is presented to shed light on this issue. Inspired by Isabelle Stengers' ecology of practices, it is possible…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Thinking Skills, Philosophy, Camps
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Thoilliez, Bianca – Ethics and Education, 2019
The article investigates which epistemological considerations justify how religious life fits into the school life, and examines the debate on the participation of religiosity in the education system. I do this, first, by addressing the pedagogical implications of the distinction between public and private as maintained by Richard Rorty and,…
Descriptors: Religion, Religious Factors, Public Schools, Private Schools
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Kodelja, Zdenko – Ethics and Education, 2019
There is a wide consensus that violence in schools is something so morally wrong that it must not be tolerated. Therefore, the intolerance shown by a teacher towards students' violent behaviour in school could be understood as a virtue and his moral obligation and legal duty. On the other hand, extreme toleration towards an evil such as violence…
Descriptors: Violence, Teacher Student Relationship, Zero Tolerance Policy, School Policy
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Silberberg, Roi – Ethics and Education, 2019
This article presents and analyzes two examples of peace education practices in the Israeli-Palestinian context. "Zochrot" is an organization dedicated to raising public awareness of the Palestinian Nakba, especially among Jews in Israel. "The School for Peace" is a Jewish-Arab organization that conducts encounter activities…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Peace, Jews, Arabs
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Vlieghe, Joris – Ethics and Education, 2019
In this reply to Agbaria's reflections on religious authority I first make a distinction between three forms of authority: theological, sociological and educational. Defending the need for a purely educational account of authority, I develop with Arendt a thing-centered approach towards education. This allows me to transcend the traditional…
Descriptors: Religion, Religious Education, Power Structure, Philosophy
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Alexander, Hanan A. – Ethics and Education, 2019
In this essay I agree with Nicholas Burbules that 'Phronesis' is an ethical and political category that grounds the possibility of intercultural communication in translation from one particular context to another rather than in the presumption of one or another account of universalism. After a brief review of the development of this idea in key…
Descriptors: Ethics, Intercultural Communication, Educational Philosophy, Dialogs (Language)
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Gusacov, Eran – Ethics and Education, 2019
It appears as if a discussion about the need for patriotic education is relevant not only for the Western countries, which have many nationalities and cultures, but also especially for the State of Israel, whose social cohesion is being weakened and there is a fear that the different factions in the society are unable to work together. In this…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Patriotism, Citizenship Education, Cultural Pluralism
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