Kristjan Kristjansson takes a close look at six emotions (awe, grief, jealousy, shame, gratitude, and pity) and explores the ways in which they can be understood as virtuous and educable. Kristjan Kristjansson is Deputy Director in the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues and Professor of Character Education and Virtue Ethics at the University of Birmingham. His interests lie in research on character and virtues at the intersection between moral philosophy, moral psychology, and moral education.He has published six books on those issues. In 2011, Kristjansson was awarded the Asa Wright Award, the most prestigious award given annually to an Icelandic scholar. His Aristotelian Character Education (Routledge) was voted the best Education book published in the UK in 2015 by the Society for Educational Studies. 1: Introduction: Developing an Aristotelian Account of Virtuous Emotions 2: Emotions and Moral Value 3: Gratitude 4: Pity 5: Shame 6: Jealousy 7: Grief 8: Awe 9: Educating Emotions 10: Conclusions and Afterthoughts.
An extraordinarily rich and instructive book that will have enduring value for practitioners of philosophy, psychology, and education, and those whose work seeks to bridge those three disciplines. The book is beautifully written throughout Nancy E. Snow, Theory and Research in Education he reflects in depth on the salient concerns he brings up in the main body of the text and offers questions for further consideration... And how can education help us to manage our emotional lives?
The aim of this book is to offer readers a new Aristotelian analysis and moral justification of a number of emotions that Aristotle did notmention (awe, grief, and jealousy), or relegated, at best, to the level of the semi-virtuous (shame), or made disparaging remarks about (gratitude), or rejected explicitly (pity, understood as pain at another person's deserved bad fortune). He reflects in depth on the salient concerns he brings up in the main body of the text and offers questions for further consideration... Lack, CHOICE This methodology results in a book which has immense value as a learning tool... Philosophy, and very specially Ancient Philosophy, is in dire need to reach out of its own boundaries, and Kristjnsson does that brilliantly. " -- Pilar Lopez-Cantero, Journal of Moral Philosophy "an extraordinarily rich and instructive book that will have enduring value for practitioners of philosophy, psychology, and education, and those whose work seeks to bridge those three disciplines.The book is beautifully written throughout -- Nancy E. Snow, Theory and Research in Education. A compelling vision of the role of the emotions in moral lifeExplores how education can help us develop morallyFeatures rich case-studies of six emotions: awe, grief, jealousy, shame, gratitude, and pityDraws on philosophy, social sciences, and psychology, and written for readers in all three disciplines. Country of Publication United Kingdom. Position Professor of Character Education and Virtue Ethics. Affiliation Professor of Character Education and Virtue Ethics, University of Birmingham. At The Nile, if you're looking for it, we've got it. This item is in the category "Books, Comics & Magazines\Books". The seller is "the_nile" and is located in this country: AU.
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