If we admit that we our moral sensibilities aren’t unitary but multiple, influenced by the various roles we play, then we are in a better position to negotiate a better moral choice when faced with conflicting occupational and personal roles From Psychology Today: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/am-i-right/201305/morality-differs-roles-we-play
A stimulating discussion of The Harder Right, to be published next month.
From my PT blog: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/am-i-right/201305/harvard-professors-homophobic-remarks-gets-reaction
I thought you would like this: http://www.gonannies.com/blog/2013/4-reasons-you-should-never-lie-to-your-child-even-when-its-tempting-to/
The president called it a shameful day and it was. Congress couldn’t support extended background checks for gun buyers, although such legislation was introduced on a bi-partisan basis, it is supported by the majority of the American public and it was once supported by the NRA. This is a painful reminder how Congress is …