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Monthly Archive for October, 2016

About the Author: Darcia Narvaez is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame who explores questions of moral cognition and moral development over the lifespan in multiple contexts (e.g., family, school). She examines how early life experience influences moral functioning and moral character in children and adults. She is a co-principal investigator of the […]

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About the Author: Nathaniel Warne is a Postdoctoral Fellow working on the Developing Virtues in the Practice of Science project. He is a philosophical and systematic theologian who works across a range of classic Christian doctrines with a special focus on the doctrine of humanity. Family relationships can be some of the hardest to navigate […]

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About the Author: Joel Hodge is Senior Lecturer in the School of Theology at the Australian Catholic University. As a 2015 Fellowship Recipient in the Human Distinctiveness Summer Seminar, Dr. Hodge’s research project was on Hominization, Mimetic Theory, and Theology.   Aristotle observed that humans are the ‘most imitative’ of animals. It is this capacity that may explain […]

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About the Author: Timothy Reilly is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Developing Virtues in the Practice of Science Project. He is a developmental psychologist whose work draws from a variety of approaches, including positive psychology, moral development, sociocultural theory, and action theories of development. What counts as science? As a social scientist, this is a question that comes […]

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