Honor: A Phenomenology

@inproceedings{Oprisko2012HonorAP,
  title={Honor: A Phenomenology},
  author={Robert L. Oprisko},
  year={2012}
}
Honor is a topic that has, after a long period of near neglect, received quite some attention over the past few years. Four examples of fairly recent books on honor are Kwame Anthony Appiah’s The Honor Code: How Moral Revolutions Happen (2010), Krause’s (2002) Liberalism with Honor, Sessions’ (2010) Honor for Us: A Philosophical Analysis, Interpretation and Defense and Welsh’s (2008) What is Honor? A Question of Moral Imperatives. Despite this notable increase in interest in recent years, the… Expand
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Long neglected as an engine of reform, honor strikingly emerges at the center of our modern world in Kwame Anthony Appiah's The Honor Code. Over the last few centuries, new democratic movements haveExpand
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For several years I have edited a small, in-house journal for the School of Education's Technology Advisory Committee at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), a journal which is distributedExpand