6 edition of The Ethical Imagination (Massey Lectures) found in the catalog.
December 31, 2006 by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC Audio) .
Written in English
Imagination and principles: an essay on the role of imagination in moral reasoning / by: Coeckelbergh, Mark. Published: () John Dewey and moral imagination: pragmatism in ethics / by: Fesmire, Steven, Published: (). The Moral Imagination and Public Life: Raising the Ethical Question By Thomas E. McCollough Chatham House Publishers, Read preview Overview Moral Imagination as a Reformational Influence in the Workplace By Stansbury, Jason Journal of Markets & .
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The Ethical Imagination explores how these questions have been asked in different ways across culture and history, and Fitzpatrick examines the impact of our modern, digital world on ethics and imagination.
In this original examination of the ethical status of our imagination, this book illustrates how our greatest innovations, works of art, and acts of compassion emerge from the human imagination, but 5/5(1). The Ethical Imagination makes a lot of interesting points.
Some that have stuck with me, It's been quite a while since I read this book. I heard about it and decided to read it after a lecture Dr Somerville gave at my/her university on physician-assisted suicide/5.
Touching on such controversial subjects as our growing acceptance of new reproductive technologies and the genetic modification of plants and animals, she argues that only if we are willing to undertake a journey of the human imagination will we be able to see, understand, and relate morally to the world around us, allowing us to develop an ethics to guide by: The Ethical Imagination explores how these questions have been asked in different ways across culture and history, and Fitzpatrick examines the impact of our modern, digital world on ethics and imagination.
In this original examination of the ethical status of our imagination, this book illustrates how our greatest innovations, works of art, and acts of compassion emerge from the human imagination, but. While large bodies of scholarship exist on the plays of Shakespeare and the philosophy of Heidegger, this book is the first to read these two influential figures alongside one another, and to reveal how they can help us develop a creative and contemplative sense of ethics, or an 'ethical imagination'.Brand: Bloomsbury Academic.
About The Ethical Imagination in Shakespeare and Heidegger. While large bodies of scholarship exist on the plays of Shakespeare and the philosophy of Heidegger, this book is the first to read these two influential figures alongside one another, and to reveal how they can help us develop a creative and contemplative sense of ethics, or an 'ethical imagination'.
Situating his close analysis of The Saint John’s Bible ’s illuminations in the context of contemporary biblical exegesis and Catholic teaching, Homrighausen shows how this project stimulates the ethical imagination of its readers and viewers on matters of justice for women, care for creation, and dialogue between Jews and Christians.5/5(2).
The author considers a wealth of contemporary art films and documentaries that embody ethical issues through the very form of the text. The ethical imagination generated by films such as The Nine Muses, Post Tenebras Lux, Amour, and Nostalgia For the Light Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
In The Ethical Imagination, Margaret Somerville, who holds positions in the faculties of Law and Medicine at McGill University, speaks in a public voice The Ethical Imagination book opposed The Ethical Imagination book an academic one. This is the case not only because the lectures published here were originally broadcast on CBC Radio as part of the Massey Lectures The Ethical Imagination book, but also because Somerville is interested in a shared ethics, a sort of.
This book provides a comprehensive, critical overview of the turn to ethics in literature, film, and visual culture. It discusses the concept of a biovisual ethics, offering a new theory of the relation between film and ethics based on the premise that images are capable of generating their own ethical content.
Moral Imagination book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Exploring the most sophisticated thinking from philosophy, theology, med /5. The development of moral imagination is not identified merely with increased sensitivity to the existence of ethical issues in business.
It includes awareness of the mind-sets that govern managerial and corporate decision-making, the development of reasoning skills to evaluate and moderate these mind-sets, and creativity to ponder viable alternative solutions to what appear to be insoluble economic Cited by: “Film and the Ethical Imagination is a wonderfully rich and intelligent book that is essential reading for anyone with an interest in questions of ethics and cinematic form.
Introducing the concepts of bioscreens and biovisuality into the lexicon of film ethics, Grønstad offers an important new theory of screen ethics, one that shifts the emphasis away from content onto questions of aesthetic form, and that takes into Manufacturer: Palgrave Macmillan.
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The main thesis of The Ethical Imagination is that "profound principles of human ethics" can from now on be arrived at by a process of "overlapping consensus" that results from a debate involving stake holders which leads to a shared n: The Ethical Imagination explores how these questions have been asked in different ways across culture and history, and Fitzpatrick examines the impact of our modern, digital world on ethics and imagination.
In this original examination of the ethical status of our imagination, this book illustrates how our greatest innovations, works of art and acts of compassion emerge from the human imagination, but so also do. The imagination becomes stunted, wilted, small. The person cannot look beyond their own world.
If they look to history and see history as culminating in something, they can make the mistake that. Moral imagination. Written By: Moral imagination, in ethics, the presumed mental capacity to create or use ideas, images, and metaphors not derived from moral principles or immediate observation to discern moral truths or to develop moral responses.
Engaging with Ethics offers insightful reflections on this ‘ethical creep’ – its history and its implication across geographically dispersed research areas. It calls for an ‘ethical imagination’ grounded in the ‘lived experiences’ of active, experienced and sensitive researchers.".
This is THE most powerful book on peacebuilding I have ever read. Lederach uses beautiful language, sometimes close to poetry, to explore what it means to build peace.
His basic argument is that peacebuilding is a continuous, simplistic but yet paradoxical, non-linear act of being that is rooted in the creative act of moral imagination/5.
Film and the ethical imagination. This book provides a comprehensive, critical overview of the turn to ethics in literature, film, and visual culture.
It discusses the concept of a biovisual ethics, offering a new theory of the relation between film and ethics based on the premise that images are capable of generating their own ethical content. Situating his close analysis of The Saint John's Bible's illuminations in the context of contemporary biblical exegesis and Catholic teaching, Homrighausen shows how this project stimulates the ethical imagination of its readers and viewers on matters of justice for women, care for creation, and dialogue between Jews and n for Brand: Liturgical Press.
Moral imagination, according to philosopher Mark Johnson, means envisioning the full range of possibilities in a particular situation in order to solve an ethical challenge. Johnson emphasizes that acting morally often requires more than just strength of character.
For example, moral action requires empathy and the awareness to discern what is morally relevant in a [ ]. The Ethics of Imagination. I'm currently working on a book entitled The Ethics of Imagination: Fiction, Fantasy, and Dreams. The "ethics of imagination" or the "ethics of fantasy" encompasses the various ways in which we can morally evaluate the imagination.
For instance, many people think that it is wrong to fantasize about torturing and. Margaret Anne Ganley Somerville AM FRSC (born 13 April ) is Professor of Bioethics at University of Notre Dame Australia.
She was previously Samuel Gale Professor of Law at McGill University. Somerville was born in Adelaide, South Australia, and educated at Mercedes College (Springfield, South Australia).She received a A.u.A.
(pharm.) from the University of Adelaide ina Bachelor of Born: 13 April (age 77), Adelaide, South Australia. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Read "Film and the Ethical Imagination" by Asbjorn Gronstad available from Rakuten Kobo. This book provides a comprehensive, critical overview of the turn to ethics in literature, film, and visual culture.
It Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. " Moral Imagination brings together a dozen pieces published over the past twenty years in which [Bromwich] mostly explores the minds of people he admires.
There is a particularly fine discussion of Lincoln and the constitutional necessity of the Civil War. An enjoyable and refreshing book for anyone familiar with the classic Western approaches to ethics. Fesmire presents Dewey’s pragmatist ethics (though not only his ethics), which puts ethical rules in their proper place and shifts the focus of moral decision-making to imagination 5/5(1).
The book Moral Imagination: Implications of Cognitive Science for Ethics, Mark Johnson is published by University of Chicago Press.
But Johnson shows how research in cognitive science undermines this view and reveals that imagination has an essential role in ethical deliberation. The Other Journal (TOJ): I’d like to begin our discussion by taking you back to one of your earlier books, The Wake of Imagination. This book, as well as much of your subsequent work, defends the importance of the imagination in human life and seeks to retrieve this capacity from the philosophical and religious neglect it has suffered in Author: Ron Kuipers.
However, the ethical framework proposed is highly relevant and applicable. In this chapter, the authors more thoroughly describe a theme that runs throughout the entire book: the moral imagination. Has there been a point in recent decades in which we could use more reflection on moral imagination, actions, and outcomes.
It seemed the. Using path-breaking discoveries of cognitive science, Mark Johnson argues that humans are fundamentally imaginative moral animals, challenging the view that morality is simply a system of universal laws dictated by reason.
According to the Western moral tradition, we make ethical decisions by applying universal laws to concrete situations. But Johnson shows how research in cognitive.
Mikhail Mikhailovich Bakhtin (/ b ʌ x ˈ t iː n /, Russian: Михаи́л Миха́йлович Бахти́н, pronounced [mʲɪxɐˈil mʲɪˈxajləvʲɪtɕ bɐxˈtʲin]; 16 November [O.S. 4 November] – 7 March ) was a Russian philosopher, literary critic and scholar who worked on literary theory, ethics, and the philosophy of writings, on a variety of subjects Alma mater: Odessa University (no degree), Petrograd.
Spanning many historical and literary contexts, Moral Imagination brings together a dozen recent essays by one of America's premier cultural critics.
David Bromwich explores the importance of imagination and sympathy to suggest how these faculties may illuminate the motives of human action and the reality of justice/5.
Anthony Weston is an American writer, teacher, and constructive thinking, especially for purposes of social and environmental re-imagination and pragmatic ethical practice.
The social, ethical, even ontological problems that we so often take as "given" are more often, Mobilizing the Green Imagination book websiteEra: 20th-/21st-century philosophy. The book’s insights into classic business ethics examples invite ethicists and practitioners to escape the confines of their own epistemological boundaries to effect the breakthrough that the authors call ‘moral imagination’.’ Laura Nash - co-author of Just Enough: Tools for Creating Success in Work and LifeCited by: With The Book of Virtues () and The Moral Compass and A Children's Book of Virtues (), Bennett seems to have tapped a tremendous thirst among parents and teachers for literary resources that they might use in nurturing the moral imagination of children.
They need, and are asking for direction in how to influence the moral character of. The moral imagination is the mental capacity to create or to use ideas, images, and metaphors, not derived from moral principles or immediate observation, to.
This research has been designed in line with the BERA Ethical Guidelines for Educational Research: With these in mind participants in this study: Will be accorded respect and dignity Will have thei.The term “moral imagination” caught my attention, so I did a little inquiry to investigate exactly what moral imagination means.
In his book Moral Imagination, Mark Johnson defined moral imagination as "an ability to imaginatively discern various possibilities for acting in a given situation and to envision the potential help and harm.The Moral Imagination The Art and Soul of Building Peace John Paul Lederach.
In this new book, Ledrach explores the evolution of his understanding of peacebuilding by reflecting on his own experiences in the field. Peacebuilding, in his view, is both a learned skill and an art. Finding this art, he says, requires a worldview shift.