Die „Heiligkeit“ der Menschenrechte: Zur materialen Dimension ethischen Lernens : International Journal of Practical Theology

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International Journal of Practical Theology

Ed. by Graham, Elaine / Schröder, Bernd

In cooperation with Dreyer, Jaco / Forrester, Duncan / Gräb, Wilhelm / Grethlein, Christian / Hastings, Thomas John / Lefebvre, Solange / Mette, Norbert / Miller-McLemore, Bonnie / Mullino Moore, Mary Elizabeth / Nieman, James / Osmer, Richard / Schreiter, Robert / Schweitzer, Friedrich / Kwan Un, Joon / Ven, Johannes / Wolfteich, Claire

SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) 2014: 0.226
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) 2014: 0.997
Impact per Publication (IPP) 2014: 0.259



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Die „Heiligkeit“ der Menschenrechte: Zur materialen Dimension ethischen Lernens

Oskar Dangl / Franz Hofmann

Citation Information: International Journal of Practical Theology. Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 72–88, ISSN (Online) 1612-9768, ISSN (Print) 1430-6921, DOI: 10.1515/IJPT.2004.005, January 2006

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This article presents the fundamental findings of a theoretically-based empirical investigation, using questionnaires and interviews of students preparing to be teachers, about their ethical views focused on human rights and religious rules. Referring to the central results of “skeptical pedagogy,” the authors investigate whether there are differences in the patterns of reasoning in adopting either a religious or a human rights point of view. Based on the outcomes of this investigation, aims and subjects of ethical investigation are deduced that show, for example, the importance of promoting autonomy and self-reflection in moral reasoning among prospective teachers, especially in referring to some human rights.

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