Stoic Moral Psychology

@inproceedings{Brennan2003StoicMP,
  title={Stoic Moral Psychology},
  author={Tad R. Brennan and B. Inwood},
  year={2003}
}
Moral psychology addresses itself to the interface between ethics and psychology. One of the basic principles of moral psychology is the apparently trivial one, that all ethically correct actions are, to begin with, actions: inasmuch as they are the deliberate or at least intentional actions of human beings, ethical actions will share features with the class to which they belong, and fall under whatever constraints belong to the larger kind. This of course raises an immediate question about the… CONTINUE READING