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The Structure of the Ethical Terms in the Koran

[Tokyo, Keio Institute of Philological Studies (1959)

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  1. Self-Control Failure in Catholicism, Islam, and Cognitive Psychology.Steven Cottam - 2011 - Zygon 46 (2):491-499.
    Abstract. Our human condition is often defined in terms of human fallibility; we are human specifically because we fail to live up to our own expectations. This paper explores various conceptions of one form of human fallibility: self-control failure. Self-control failure is examined through two conceptualizations, with each conceptualization observed through a corresponding theological and psychological lens: first, as the result of a divided, conflicted humanity, as understood by the Catholic Doctrine of Original Sin and psychological Dual-Process Theories of Cognition; (...)
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