New Report: Phronesis: Using an Aristotelian Model as a Research Tool

11th February 2021Publications

A report titled Phronesis: Using an Aristotelian Model as a Research Tool has been published as part of the Centre’s ‘Phronesis Project’. The report complements a previous report that described findings from research conducted in 2018–2020 by scrutinising the data set more closely to examine specific hypotheses. Some key findings include: female participants outperformed male participants on all components of phronesis; adults outperformed adolescents on moral reasoning qua moral adjudication and on moral emotion; higher action–justification correspondence predicted two kinds of self-reported prosocial behaviour; and adolescents outperformed adults on moral perception. The full report is available for download here, and the first report is available here.

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