The Moral Dimensions of Empathy: Limits and Applications in Ethical Theory and Practice

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Springer, Dec 2, 2011 - Philosophy - 206 pages
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Does empathy help us to be moral? The author argues that empathy is often instrumental to meeting the demands of morality as defined by various ethical theories. This multi-faceted work links psychological research on empathy with ethical theory and contemporary trends in moral education.

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Part II The Moral Dimensions of Empathy
Part III Empathy and Ethical Theory
Part IV Practical Implications

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JULINNA OXLEY is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Women's and Gender Studies Program at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, SC, USA.She recently served as co-director of the Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values' Summer Ethics Academy. Her research interests include normative ethics and feminist philosophy.

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