|Other titles||Mental defect, Moral problems of.|
|Statement||by J.S. Cammack.|
|Series||The Bellarmine series ... [II]|
|LC Classifications||RC628 .C32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 200 p.|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||41001256|
I s addiction a moral defect, a mental illness or a party trick gone wrong? Two events, a policy and a book, pose the question again. The policy is from Iain Duncan Smith, ever fretting over a. Moral Problems takes particular account of the needs of both teacher and student. It is not a compendium of ethical theories but a course book, providing the instructor, student, and general reader with a step-by-step introduction to the major ethical theories. For each /5(4). The nature of man is considered from many points of view—doctor, historian, philosopher, theologian, etc. Cammack, J. S., S.J. Moral Problems of Mental Defect. London: Burns, Oates and Washbourne, pp. Types of mental defect are discussed in relation to determining the moral and legal responsibility of the mentally diffident. Not all mental illness counts as moral defect; organically-based psychopathology and mild phobias are obvious exceptions. Correspondingly, minor moral lapses need not suggest emotional problems, and great moral achievements -- heroism, saintliness -- cannot be reduced to robust mental health.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link). “The Moral Problem's ability to combine originality and subject overview are two factors that render this book an essential text for anyone enrolled on an intermediate level moral philosophy course and above. With a certain level of guidance, the book's powerful clarity and explanatory style could also be harnessed at the introductory by: 'Moral defective' was a category of 'mental deficiency' that was applied to children and adults who were considered of normal intelligence, but who engaged in sexual or criminal behaviours that were disapproved of by authorities. The term tended to be applied to more females than males and although it was applied to prostitutes and habitual. We talk about “physical illness” and “mental illness”, but not “moral illness”. A quick search on Google yielded million hits for “physical illness” and over 31 million hits for “mental illness” but less t for “moral illness”, and many of these were .
Notes on "Moral Tribes" by Joshua Greene 29 Aug • Peter Hurford. I’m trying to read more it’s important to actually learn from the books I read, and a great way to do that is to take ore, I’m aiming to also publish notes on the books I read, from now on. Moral Problems book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this step-by-step introduction to the major ethical theories, this /5. In the first lecture of the year, Morality and Mental Illness, Anita Allen presented her argument that ethicists ought to pay more attention to the moral agency of the mentally ill. She argued that because such a high percentage of the adult, white, literate population (26%) (not including those who are already hospitalized, minority groups or. Father Cammack's own work: Moral Problems of Mental Defect (Ben-ziger, ) is a valuable contribution to the study of moral responsibility in the mentally abnormal. He discusses the influence of heredity and en vironment in cases of mental defect, and shows how unscientific are some.