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The Meaning of Courage in and Beyond School
著者
Lerner, Bernice
川合 宗之
田崎 慎治
NDC
教育
抄録(英)
Courage is a cardinal virtue, one on which other virtues hinge. Through the teachings of Aristotle, we learn why courage looks different in each individual and is situation dependent. Courage is needed when one feels fear. It is normal to feel fear when confronted by dangerous, difficult, or painful situations. If an individual is overcome by fear, he/she is a coward. And if someone acts as if he/she has no fear he/she is rash. Extreme reactions (i.e., the excessive display of fear or the opposite-being a "pretender" to courage) are indicative of vice. To act courageously (i.e., to fear the right things, at the right time, and in the right way) is to display virtue. How is the virtue of courage acquired? Through practice. One becomes brave by doing brave acts. Reading about or observing exemplars (in real life or in film) can deepen our understanding of the potential within each of us to display moral courage.
掲載誌名
学校教育実践学研究
16巻
開始ページ
25
終了ページ
35
出版年月日
2010-03-20
出版者
広島大学大学院教育学研究科附属教育実践総合センター
ISSN
1341-111X
NCID
SelfDOI
言語
日本語
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教育学研究科
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