Journal of Moral Education 14 (3):170-172 (1985)

Abstract Gosling generally accepts my treatment of regulative emotions and directs his critique to my claims about constitutive emotions, which play a more vital role in moral conduct. Although Gosling has demonstrated some ambiguities in my original article, I attempt to show why his charge that my argument cannot be sustained is based on a mistaken line of reasoning and inapposite illustrations
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