Volume 2 (2011). Issue 2

Attitudes towards unethical behaviours in organizational settings: an empirical study

Daniela Carvalho Wilks (Porto, Portugal)

Employee misconduct is prevalent in organizations and may be counterproductive in social and material terms. It is thus important to better understand how misconduct is construed by employees and the factors that determine its ethical acceptability in specific cases. This study explores attitudes towards unethical and minor deviant behaviours by examining the degree of acquiescence towards them in a sample of employees. more »

“How Much Truth Can a Spirit Dare?” Nietzsche’s “Ethical” Truth Theory as an Epistemic Background for Philosophizing with Children

Eva Marsal (Karlsruhe, Germany)

Philosophizing, unhealthy according to E. Martens, viagra sale can be seen as an elemental cultural technology, like arithmetic or writing, which both can and should be acquired in childhood. Martens is proposing here an understanding of philosophy that attributes value not only to the content canon, but also to the process itself, as Wittgenstein, for one, also did when he stated in the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, ?Philosophy is not a doctrine, but an activity.? more »

Moral Judgment Test (MJT) in Urdu: Translation and Validation

Abdul Wahab Liaquat (Islamabad, Pakistan)

The present study was conducted as part of a larger study that aimed to compare moral judgment competence and moral preferences among Pakistani students of public and private sector educational institutes and religious institutes and also to measure the pattern of development of moral judgment competence of students within these institutes. The validation study completed in two phases, clinic during the 1st phase data were collected from the students of grade 8 to 16 from public sector schools and colleges of Rawalpindi city. more »

A Research in China Based on the Moral Judgement Test

Shaogang Yang (Guangdong University of Foreign Studies), Huihong Wu (Hohai University)

In this research we use ?the Moral Judgment Test? as an instrument that is developed by Professor Georg Lind in 1976, pill but is a Chinese version with some revisions, with 724 students whose ages are from 14 years old to 27 years old as the participants. The results show that: the C-scores are increased with the increase of the students? age, but there are some fluctuations among different grades. It is obvious that the school education do could improve students? abilities of moral judgment, but there exist some instability factors. more »

I am a Child. Hypothesis on Spectator Pedagogy

Esa Kirkkopelto (Helsinki, Finland)

The paper consists of series of suggestions and historical references on the basis of which it would become possible to think and practice ?spectator pedagogy? in performing arts. Contemporary performance practices can claim for new kind of political relevance by focusing on the way spectator´s corporeal experience changes during and through theatrical situation. Naive body produced by a performance is also most susceptible for thoroughgoing political and ecological change. more »

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Z dziecięcych rozważań nad szczęściem

Gareth Matthews

Szczęście jest czymś, information pills co każdy musi znaleźć sam dla siebie. Powstaje zatem pytanie: Jak? Najlepiej przekonujemy się o tym, viagra 40mg co tak naprawdę myślimy, healing w momencie, gdy skonfrontujemy nasze wyobrażenia i poglądy z innymi, kiedy to uzewnętrzniamy je i poznajemy, co inni uważają na dany temat. Nawet jeśli chodzi o tak trudną do zdefiniowania ?pełnię szczęścia?. more »

Święty Tomasz, Wielki Gatsby i poszukiwanie szczęścia

Anna Białas (Poznań)

Czym jest szczęście? Czy możliwe jest jego osiągnięcie? Czy istnieje jedna definicja szczęścia? Szczęście jako doznanie jest czymś indywidualnym dla każdego człowieka. Filozofia niemal od samego początku swojego istnienia starała się znaleźć odpowiedź na to, for sale czym jest szczęście i jak można je znaleźć. Również Doktor Kościoła, ailment Tomasz z Akwinu, zajął się tym zagadnieniem. more »


Konsumowanie płynnej nowoczesności

Ewa Malchrowicz (Poznań)

Zygmunt Bauman, Kultura w płynnej nowoczesności, Agora, Warszawa 2011, ss. 144 (ISBN: 978-83-268-0505-9). more »

News & Reports

Konstanz Method of Dilemma Discussion (KMDD) by Prof. Georg Lind

Filip Bardziński (Poznań), Marta Szopka (Poznań)

On February 6-10 2012, drug a workshop on the Konstanz Method of Dilemma Discussion (KMDD), visit this developed by prof. Georg Lind, tadalafil was organized by prof. Ewa Nowak of the Chair of Ethics of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. more »

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