By Kristjan Kirstjansson
What can Aristotle educate us that's appropriate to modern ethical and academic issues? What will we examine from him in regards to the nature of ethical improvement, the justifiability and educability of feelings, the potential of friendship among mom and dad and their young children, or the basic goals of teaching?
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Cohen may well agree with Aristotle on the importance of time spent leisurely absorbed in theoretical studies, but he cannot use that point to bolster his case for the need to let practical reason police our emotions and actions. I conclude this chapter with a brief elaboration of a point brieﬂy raised in Chapter 1, on Aristotle’s notion of moral selfhood or personhood. I remarked there that Aristotle’s works projected an image of an embodied, embedded self. Aristotle’s theory of moral development will now have set that image into sharper relief.
We clearly need to pay closer attention to the nuts and bolts of the process of moral habituation if we 34 Aristotle, Emotions, and Education are to deﬂect those challenges, let alone resolve the underlying paradox. And here we are greatly aided by the efforts of a number of Aristotelian scholars. Moral theorists may have to learn to live with a certain amount of theoretical messiness; practitioners such as moral educators, however, must sort out the mess before they can put theories into practice.
Peters deserves credit for his insistence that these paradoxes – or, as he understood it, ‘the paradox of moral education’ – are resolvable. After all, his exploration was written in the heyday of Kohlbergianism when there was still exclusive emphasis on reason over habit and form over content in moral coaching. On this fraught matter, Peters made, as always, a judicious, fair-minded case, with his often-cited remark that children ‘can and must enter the palace of Reason through the courtyard of Habit and Tradition’ (Peters 1981: 52).
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