In psychology and philosophy, Moral Psychology is the empirical and conceptual study of moral judgment, motivation and development, among other related topics. Moral psychology involves the study of the psychological premises of normative ethical theory, including those based on free will and determinism and the possibility of altruism or alternative psychological egoism (the idea that people are ultimately motivated only by perceived self-interest).
Moral Psychology also addresses the nature of acrasia (weakness of will, an essential concept in ancient Greek ethics) and self-deception; whether the normative requirements of a particular ethical theory are realistic or reasonable given normal human abilities and attitudes. Psychological constitution and development of virtue and moral character; and the nature and role of "moral emotions" such as anger, resentment, affection, and regret. Avail of the best moral psychology books from us today.
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As is well known, subjective reality is "subject" to a complex set of filters, each of which can alter the perception of that reality; sensory apparatus (e.g. rods and cones in our eyes), sensory processing (e.g. visual cortex), higher-level brain function and psychological factors (e.g. expectations). Therefore, what one person experiences is always different from what another person experiences, but usually in a subtle way. Have a clear idea over Objective Reality Vs Subjective Reality by following our books today.
In principle, the existence of objective reality cannot be proven, and we can only infer its properties from observations, which of course, are subjective. However, it is possible to prove that objective reality does not exist if, for example, it can be shown that the traits inherited from one particular observer are inherently inconsistent with the characteristics derived from other observers. But even so, this conclusion can be very subjective. Suppose person A sees a red car and person B sees the same car as green. We cannot conclude that there is no objective reality because Person B may have an unusual filter between the vehicle and their seat of consciousness.
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