MORAL AUTHORSHIP

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People-professionals who want to accomplish craftsmanship
find the moments and places, formal ones and informal ones,
to evaluate on what they do, who they are and how they matter.
By themselves or together with others, they consider:

o How practically achievable was your choice and did you include it in your considerations?
o How did agreements that were made play a role?
o How did you consider your interests and those of others?

Personal considerations that make it possible to create points of learning if you reflect and discuss.

But when people-professionals want to accomplish craftsmanship,
they also need to nurture the skills and artistry of authorship, and
will question themselves not only about the above personal matters but also about ethical aspects:

o How proactive am I in providing moral meanings
o Do I contribute to moral knowledge, for myself and others?
o Are the voices I meet in my surroundings leading or are the voices of my baritons and my inner congress leading?
o Do I manage to organise my internal congress into an internal compass that I can use consciously, or am I most of the time caught by surprise