Month: September 2019

The Crazy of Carlos Drummond de Andrade and the Applications on our Reality

Reading good books, appreciating the arts and listening to good music develop in us a stronger ability to perceive the world around us. Reading has always exerted and will profoundly transform the sincere reader who recognizes that he knows little, and that even under that little, there is an immensity to consider. Sensitivity becomes heightened in the reading exercise and the […]

A guide to understanding personality: an introduction to Moral Character

Understanding your own personality is one of the paths to self-knowledge. The aim of this article is to explain the Big Five personality traits and their respective aspects, so that the reader can locate and understand a little about the study of personality. At the end of the text, it’s also presented the traits that […]

Researchers from AdmEthics group publish a paper on the contribution of teaching ethics to the development of moral competence of Public Administration students

The article “Contribution of ethics education to public administration students’ moral competence development”, written by the researchers Everton Silveira de Souza, Mauricio C. Serafim, and Laís Silveira Santos, was published this week in the journal Education Policy Analysis Archives. The paper starts with the notion that public management is pervaded by moral dilemmas, whose solutions […]

Exceptions to the Rule for Your Own Benefit: A Moral Judgment Problem

The house that I lived a few years ago was on a relatively busy avenue. Across the street was a large bakery and many of its customers parked their cars in front of my house. The problem was that they often left the vehicle blocking the garage exit. Parking in front of the garage exit […]

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