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Description The subject of personal and moral identity is at the centre of interest, not only of academic research within disciplines such as philosophy and psychology, but also of everyday thinking. This is why the Neth erlands School for Research in Practical Philosophy and the Institute for Ethics of the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam took the initiative to bring together scholars from various disciplines, interested in the subject. The expert-seminar on 'Personal and Moral Identity' took place from January The chapters in this book either go back to papers presented at the seminar or were written afterwards by participants, inspired by the discussions that took place during the seminar.

We are very grateful to Dr. Hendrik Hutter for his assistance in editing the texts and making the manuscript camera-ready. December , The Editors. Musschenga Although scholars studying the identity of persons usually address diverging issues and have different research agendas, there is a grow ing awareness that one may benefit from insights and results present in other disciplines dealing with that subject.

This explains the enthu siastic responses to the invitation of the Netherlands School for Research in Practical Philosophy and the Institute for Ethics of the Vrije Universiteit to participate in a seminar on 'Personal and Moral Identity'. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Tuesdays With Morrie Mitch Albom.

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Being and Time Martin Heidegger. The Idea of the Holy Rudolf Otto. Life Takes Place David Seamon. In contrast to dominant theories that focus on top-down, deliberative reasoning e. Second, TEM seeks to explain differences in moral functioning through a person by context interaction. Individuals differ in early emotional experiences that influence personality formation and behavior in context, while at the same time situations can evoke particular reactions which vary with personality.

Third, TEM suggests the initial conditions for optimal human moral development. Security, Safety or Self-Protectionist Ethic. The extrapyramidal action nervous system Panksepp, fosters basic survival and relates to territoriality, imitation, deception, struggles for power, maintenance of routine and following precedent MacLean, When threat arises, the Security ethic tends to take charge, seeing what is advantageous for the self to adapt to and survive intact.

The Security Ethic is the default system for the organism when all else fails. It was useful for our ancestors when temporarily facing predators or other dangers. However, it is not the best long-term orientation for moral functioning because of its self-centered nature. It is an ego-centered morality, rooted in instinctive survival.

When people are fearful for their own safety or their self-beliefs, they are less responsive to helping others and more focused on self-preservation e. When competition is the norm, the security ethic can become dominant among members of a group e. It can become an uphill battle to calm the self down in a world where one is confronted constantly with the unfamiliar people, actions, things. Ongoing change can keep people in a state of alarm, especially when the right brain has been underdeveloped Schore, If the emotion systems underlying other ethics are damaged by trauma or suboptimal from poor care, the Security ethic will dominate the personality.

It can dominate personality in two ways. First, the security ethic can manifest itself as an overcontrolled disposition—a withdrawn, depressive wallflower morality— that tends towards freezing or submissive response as a moral habit.

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One can see this most easily in those who are chronically abused. For centuries, wallflower security morality was expected from wives, slaves and children. Second, the security ethic can reflect a resistant bunker morality , which is an undercontrolled aggressive disposition, as the means of self-protection physical or psychological, i.

Engagement Ethic. The Engagement ethic is rooted primarily in a well-functioning visceral-emotional nervous system on the hypothalamic-limbic axis Panksepp, and a well-developed right brain Schore, These brain formations allow for here-and-now emotional signaling both internally learning and externally sociality Konner, The engagement ethic concerns the emotions of intimacy and interpersonal harmony in the present moment, which means the right brain is dominating experience.

The engagement ethic embraces the notions of worship and community feeling. The Engagement Ethic is dependent for its full development on supportive emotional experience during sensitive periods.