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  1. Nov 22, 2018 · The current paper argues that when we engage in moral responsibility practices—that is, when we express our reactive attitudes by blaming, praising, and resenting—we communicate a desire to maintain good will to those in the community we are imbedded in. Participating in such practices alone will not get the job done, though, for expressions of …

    • Brian Kogelmann, Robert H. Wallace
    • 2018
  2. Jan 13, 2009 · We are well served, both practically and morally, by ethical diversity, by living in a community whose members have values and priorities that are, at a habit-forming, action-guiding level, often different from our own. Of course, unchecked ethical diversity can lead to disaster, to chaos and conflict.

    • Amélie Oksenberg Rorty
    • 1992
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  4. diversity ought to cause a number of problems, such as divisiveness and conflict. A resolution of this paradox is proposed: there are several kinds of diversity, with different profiles of costs and benefits. In particular moral diversity is identified as being problematic and even self-contradictory.

  5. May 27, 2021 · Moral diversity is an empirical reality in democratic societies where all people are free to have their own beliefs, values, and principles. Such diversity has its roots in different religions, cultures, ideologies, and upbringings. Although moral diversity has been said to lead to divisiveness and conflict, this is not necessarily true.

    • Henk ten Have, Maria do Céu Patrão Neves
    • 2021
  6. There's nothing universal about morality. We have one moral system, but people in another country might have another, and people at another time might have another. And, this idea of moral diversity, is something which has been in the air a long time.

  7. Apr 13, 2021 · What colleges aren't arguing, generally, is that seeking diversity is the moral thing to do, the paper says. That omission is important, the paper says. "We showed that instrumental rationales correspond to the preferences of white (but not Black) Americans, and both parents and admissions staff expect Black students to fare worse at ...