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    After Kohlberg: Virtue ethics and the recovery of the moral self.Vincent A. Punzo - 1996 - Philosophical Psychology 9 (1):7 – 23.
    A resurgence of interest in virtue ethics has engendered new insight into the fundamental link between selfhood and morality. In contradistinction to the currently ascendant justice-reasoning research paradigm, it appears that a virtue ethics approach to moral psychology provides a theoretical framework which is amenable to the empirical investigation of the nature and formation of the moral self. Six primary features of virtue ethics are delineated with a unifying emphasis throughout on the inextricable link between virtue and moral selfhood. Questions (...)
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  2. Investigating conscious experience through the beeper project.Vincent A. Punzo & Emily Miller - 2002 - Teaching of Psychology 29 (4):295-297.
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    The virtues of a psychology of personal morality.Vincent A. Punzo & Naomi M. Meara - 1993 - Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology 13 (1):25-39.
    The field of moral psychology has been confined to the study of social morality, resulting in a nearly exclusive focus on the primary other-regarding virtue of justice. It is argued that an understanding of personal morality, with its concern with self-regarding virtues and the dynamics of intimate relationships, is needed to complement this approach. The importance of personal morality issues to moral psychology is foreshadowed in C. Gilligan's caring ethic. This article expands on Gilligan's schematic portrayal to provide a more (...)
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