The Role of Anti-Corruption Education in the Light of Aristotelian Concept of Akrasia: An Epistemic Inquiry into the Anti-corruption Initiatives in Kenya
Gunga, Samson O
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This paper undertakes an epistemic investigation of the efforts to combat corruption in Kenya in the light of Aristotle’s concept of Akrasia, and proposes a model for educational practice for the purpose of facilitating the fight against corruption. Akrasia is taken to mean a lack of command over self, leading one to act against one’s better judgment that one ought to choose virtue against vice.