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Tag Archives: principled moral arguments
In our last post , focusing on Albert Bandura’s analysis of moral disengagement as a manipulative tool in the hands of the NRA leadership, we discussed how the NRA uses “moral” (i.e., pseudo-moral) justifications, euphemistic labeling, advantageous comparison, and diffusion of … Continue reading →
Previous posts have described the major mechanisms of moral disengagement identified by Albert Bandura, as well as the corresponding mechanisms of moral engagement that we have articulated. Today, we include a summary table showing each of those mechanisms and how … Continue reading →
Since World War II, several wars involving the United States (for example, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan) have been launched with initial public support. However, these conflicts lost their popularity when more and more Americans became aware that their government had been … Continue reading →