not surprising that in the midst of such instability the concept of morality offered some consolation. This is not the occasion to recover the complex conceptual histories of moral and morality . Suffice to say that prior to the eighteenth century
New Granada, 1818–1853
Francisco A. Ortega
Currencies of Poverty in Post-Soviet Cuba
concept of necesidad is to the social environment of contemporary Cuba what heat is to the natural environment, or perhaps what fate is to the spiritual order ( Elliot 2016 ). Pesos and the Socialist Morality of Incommensuration At this point, the
Introduction, Translation Notes, and Comments
Ronjon Paul Datta and François Pizarro Noël
, themes and organisation of the four-year course can be outlined as follows. The first year (1896–1897) served to introduce a sociology of morality in general by focusing on sanctions for methodological reasons. He also discussed the religious roots of
Adjudicating Moral Being and Becoming in the Los Angeles Mental Health Court
Abigail Jane Mack
to the account) ‘definitely think about’. This functions to realign Benton with his social world even while it leaves the moral implications of this particular event unresolved at a personal if not legal level. The unresolved morality of this account
‘On the General Physics of Law and Morality, 4th Year of the Course, 1st Lecture, December 2, 1899, Course Outline: On Penal Sanctions’
Émile Durkheim, edited and translated by François Pizarro Noël, and Ronjon Paul Datta
essential in moral life. This is how we were able to establish some fundamental propositions concerning notions of good and evil, of pure and impure morality, their fundamental unity and [ to the religiosity inherent in mor ] the direct kinship of religion
Emotion Concepts in Urdu, 1870—1920
lāq tradition—we find designations as beautiful as Tilism-e a kh lāq (The magic spell of morality) and Guldasta-e a kh lāq (The flower bouquet of morality), but also some simply referring to the name of the author, A kh lāq-e Jamālī, A kh lāq
The Lenoir-Durkheim Lecture Notes on L'enseignement de la morale
William Watts Miller
These are lectures on morality, attributed to Durkheim by Raymond Lenoir and given to Steven Lukes, who reproduced them in his doctoral thesis on Durkheim. They are published, here, together and in full for the first time. The first group of lectures covers the family, as well as general issues in morality and moral education. The second group of lectures, on civic ethics, covers citizenship, democracy, the state, occupational groups, law, and the idea of la patrie. The lectures conclude with a familiar discussion of discipline, and a more original discussion of duties to oneself. The editorial introduction to the lectures explains the circumstances in which they came to light, and discusses issues of authenticity but also of the general role, in Durkheimian studies, of texts variously attributed to Durkheim or based on notes by his students.
Émile Durkheim ou de l'éducation
This presentation is an invitation to reconsider the importance of Durkheim's lectures on educational systems and pedagogy. Although pedagogy and the 'science of education' were the only way of starting a university career when sociology did not exist as an institutionalized discipline, one should not limit Durkheim's effort to academic strategy. Texts on education are central in the definition of morality, but they may also be viewed as a bench test for developing historical sociology, for introducing new notions (particularly concerning the inertia of a social system) or for refining key concepts (density, corporation, mobility).
The Role of the Diyanet’s Women Preachers
Despite scholars’ tremendous interest in the dynamics of Turkish laicism, little to no attention has been paid to the actors and the practices through which Islamic morality is propagated among society every day. This article investigates the Directorate of Religious Affairs (Diyanet)’s policy that has been increasing the number of women working as preachers since 2003. To what extent and how does the employment of the Diyanet’s women preachers affect the way in which religion and Islamic public morality grow and are spread in Turkey today? What specifically is women’s contribution in this respect? Drawing on an ethnographic observation of the Diyanet’s women preachers’ activities in Istanbul mosques, the article outlines how they contribute to reshaping Turkish laicism while diffusing Islamic morality in the public space.
Effervescence as the Key to Understanding Morality
My main aim is to show that Les Formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse is a crucial work for understanding Durkheim's moral theory. A fundamental point is that he locates the 'ideal' at the core of morality. Accordingly, explaining the genesis of morality depends on establishing how he conceptualizes the ideal and traces its origins. Searching for the deepest roots of the ideal - basically understood as a sacred idea - takes us to the work's key concern with effervescence, and to issues it raises in the case of the modern world.