Adult moral development

Jecker, Nancy S.
September 1990
Generations;Fall90, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p19
Academic Journal
Focuses on historical approaches to adult moral development from the ancient Greek thought to the modern era. Identification of two accounts of moral maturation traced from roots in Greek thoughts; Vision and voice concerning love and reason; Discussion of themes on love and reason; Development versus difference.


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