Moral Character Viewpoints

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Moral Character Viewpoints 1 Moral Character Viewpoints Ronda L. Brewer PHI/105 February 9, 2011 CHRISTOPHER ALLEN
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Pragmatism and Analytic Philosophy 2 Moral Character Viewpoints Most of the class seemed to have put a connection between habit and moral character. We agree that people and other influences can change our habits and moral character. The class augured this point, saying that people are born with moral character that can change and grow as we mature into adults. Almost everyone agreed that different factors in life, such as our friends and their influences, and the way we were raised by our parents can change our habits and moral character to either be good or bad. The disagreement in this class discussion was about moral character and how habits can affect our moral character. Half of the class felt that our habits made up our moral character and the other half felt that moral character determines our
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course PHI 105 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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