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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain

Volume 33, Number 1, March 1999

1. Violence and the Demand for Moral Education
pp. 1-9(9)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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Editorial
pp. 3-3(1)
Author: Smith, Richard

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Introduction
pp. 5-8(4)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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2. Right, Wrong and Murder
pp. 11-22(12)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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3. From Values to Morality
pp. 23-30(8)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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4. Morality in the Narrow Sense
pp. 31-40(10)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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5. The Language(s) of Virtues
pp. 41-49(9)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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6. Virtue-talk about Violence
pp. 51-58(8)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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7. Is there Virtue in Anger?
pp. 59-66(8)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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8. What is Wrong with Rules?
pp. 67-76(10)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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9. Rules and Reasoning
pp. 77-88(12)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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10. The Public Role of Moral Norms
pp. 89-100(12)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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11. Moral Motivation
pp. 101-112(12)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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12. Moral Authority
pp. 113-122(10)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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13. Consensus, Criticism and Change
pp. 123-132(10)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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14. The Content of Morality(n)
pp. 133-143(11)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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15. The Moral Development of Society
pp. 145-152(8)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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Bibliography
pp. 153-156(4)
Author: Haydon, Graham

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