道德能力

kmdd

是一种在共享的道德原则的基础上,经过协商和讨论,

而不是通过暴力、欺
骗和胁迫的方式,来解决问题和冲突 的能力。

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Georg Lind: How to teach morality. Chinese edition.

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Last revision: August 20, 2018

Forstering moral competence with the KMDD*

Lectures & Symposia

Former Events

blue 29. Okt. - 2. Nov. 2018 (Herbstferien)
Volkshochschule Konstanz (deutsch)

blue November 2018 / März 2019.
Sächsisches Landesamt für Schule und Bildung (LASUB), Meissen (in Vorbereitung).

blue Sept 12 ?, 2018
Moral competence: Its nature, relevance, and education. Presentation and discussion with Dr. Georg Lind, at the Philosophy Department, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia. (in preparation)

blue October 11th - 13th, 2018.
Symposium "Moral Competence - Its Nature, its Relevance, and Its Education," in Chemnitz, Germany.
Program, registration until June 30, 2018.

 
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Nowak, E., Schrader, D. & Zizek, B, eds., (2013). Educating competencies for democracy. Frankfurt: Peter Lang Lind, G. (2016). How to teach morality. Berlin: Logos.

Georg Lind, Hans A. Hartmann & R. Wakenhut, eds.: Moral Development and the Social Environment. Chicago: Precedent Publ.
Republication2010 by Transaction Publisher.
Also available as Google Books

Kay Hmmerling: Morality behind bars. An intervention study on fostering moral competence of prisoners as a new approach to social rehabilitation. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.

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