moral categories

moral categories
dorovinės kategorijos statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Bendriausios etikos sąvokos, išreiškiančios teigiamo ar neigiamo socialinio arba dvasinio žmogaus gyvenimo reiškinių esmę, pvz.: žmoniškumas, teisingumas, sąžinė, pareiga, atsakomybė, gėris, blogis ir kt. Su jomis auklėtiniai ne tik supažindinami, bet ir mokomi analizuoti konkretų dorovinį poelgį vadovaujantis praktiniais šių kategorijų vertinimo kriterijais. atitikmenys: angl. moral categories vok. sittliche Kathegorien rus. нравственные категории

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