:: Volume 13, Issue 48 (summer 2020) ::
پژوهش نامه اخلاق 2020, 13(48): 31-50 Back to browse issues page
Ethical Theory and Educational Effectiveness
Ahmad Dabiri *
Abstract:   (335 Views)
The missing link in the theories of normative ethics is the study of the extent of their real impact on the moral education of individuals and societies. Existing moral theories can be divided into act-driven theories, agent-driven theories, and combined and bifocal theories. Each of these theories has shortcomings in relation to the issue of moral education, some of which, like the act-driven theories, are closer to law than ethics. Agent-driven as well as combined and bifocal theories do not have the necessary efficiency in this regard despite their attention to the issue of education. In Islam with regard to the concept of faith, a moral theory can be achieved that, in addition to the necessary deep-thinking and attention to moral behavior, intention, character and attributes, has the necessary comprehensiveness and full attention to moral growth. The monotheistic attitude of Islam also has a quorum in epistemological, characteristic and behavioral dimensions, without the realization of which no moral value is created.
Keywords: Ethical theory, moral value, educational effectiveness, Islamic theory.
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Type of Study: theoretic | Subject: ethics
Received: 2020/10/4 | Accepted: 2020/06/30 | Published: 2020/06/30

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