According to Winslow, what is "the exclusive dominion of conscience"?
How does Winslow characterize the two elements of conscience? How are these psychological elements related? How are they united?
Explain Winslow's definition of conscience.
What is the distinguishing faculty of conscience according to Winslow? What is the reason he gives that the pleasure of doing one's duty differs in kind from the pleasure of good company?
Discuss Winslow's three main functions of conscience.
How does Winslow account for persons who do not immediately feel remorse when the have knowingly acted wrongly? Describe the "law of the operation of conscience." Does he presume all persons have a conscience?
David Parsons Holton and Frances Keturah Holton, Winslow Memorial (New York: Mrs. Frances K. Holton, Publisher, 1888), 2: 66.
John Ward Dean, Historical Magazine 7, no. 9 (Sept. 1864): 320.
Hubbard Winslow, Moral Philosophy; Analytical, Synthetical, and Practical (New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1856).
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