PHIL-542 Moral Psychology
Professor Carse
An examination of classic and contemporary conceptions of the moral self, addressing how we come to be moral (or immoral) individuals, the nature of moral motivation, the role of emotion in moral judgment, and specific emotions of self-assessment such as pride, shame, and guilt.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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