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    Not all discipline is the same. What is the difference between moral and instrumental discipline?

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    Discipline is a form of training that is designed to implement order throughout society. Moral discipline aims to discipline people without the need for continual surveillance, and thus to make the individuals regulate their own behaviour (soul training). It is based upon universal norms, about the "rightness" and "wrongness" of certain behaviours, and thus achieves a moral order by ...

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    Discipline types and the implementation of order through moral or coercive means is provided.

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