Character & Idealism Bibliography ~

   1. Character Bibliography

   2. Idealism Bibliography


1. Character Bibliography

Special Note:

Peterson, Christopher, and Martin E. P. Seligman. Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. 816p.


Allers, Rudolf (1883-1963). Character Education in Adolescence. NY: Wagner, 1940. 188p.
__. Practical Psychology in Character Development (abridged and re-arranged version of the author’s Psychology of character, made by Vera Barclay). NY: Sheed & Ward, 1934. 190p.
__. The Psychology of Character. Trans. by E. B. Strauss. London: Sheed & Ward, 1931. 383p. Trans. Das Werden der Sittlichen Person.

Arbaugh, George Bartholomew. Growth of a Christian. Philadelphia: Muhlenberg Press, 1953. 143p.

Auerbach, Mathias. Mitleid und Charakter; Moralphilosophie Untersuchung. Berlin: L. Simion Nf., 1921. 72p. Published after the author’s death, including subjects on Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860) and Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844-1900).

Ayau, A. E. The Social Psychology of Hunger and Sex. Cambridge, MA: Sci-art publishers, 1939. 160p.

Ayrault, Charles. Habits of Mind, or Character: a Lecture, Delivered Before the Young Men’s Association of Geneva, March 21, 1839. Geneva: J. Stow, Jr., & B. Frazee, 1839. 36p.

Babson, Roger Ward (1875-1967), and T. H. Schutte. Business, Management and Character. Boston: The Christopher Publishing House, 1940. 63p.

Bahnsen, Julius Friedrich August (1830-1881). Beiträge zur Charakterologie. Mit besonderer Berücksichtigung pädagogischer Fragen. Leipzig, J. A. Brockhaus, 1867. 2 vols.

Bailey, Thomas Pearce (1867-1949). Bibliographical References in Ethology. Berkeley: The University Press, 1899. 25p.

Bain, Alexander (1818-1903). On the Study of Character, Including an Estimate of Phrenology. London: Parker, son and Bourn, 1861. 344p.

Barnes, Claude Teancum. Some Arts of Living. Salt Lake City, UT: Ralton, 1956.

Barrett, Robert South (1851-1896). Character Building: Talks to Young Men. NY: T. Whittaker, 1882. 78p.

Barrows, Mary Minerva, ed. The Value of Sincerity & Character. Intro. Thomas Wentworth Higginson. NY: Boston, H. M. Caldwell, 1907. 97p.

Barton, Michael. Good Men, the Character of Civil War Soldiers. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1981. 135p.

Baxter, Garrett. Individual Character. Norfolk, VA: Economic Press, 1931. 100p.

Beckwith, George Derr. The American Home and Character Trends. Forewords by Dr. Fred L. Decker, Mrs. Elizabeth Brodie & Dr. A. C. Flick, preface Roger W. Babson. Gloversville, NY: G.D. Beckwith, 1937. 122p.

Beer, Sidney James. Crime, Character, Education. Los Angeles: United Printing Company, 1935. 190p.

Beiswanger, George Wilhelm. The Character Value of the Old Testament Stories. Iowa City: University of Iowa, 1930. 63p. Ph. D. dissertation, University of Iowa, 1928.

Bennion, Milton. Character Education; Report of the Committee on Character Education of the National Education Association. Washington, 1926. 89p. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education. Bibliography of character education:  p. 68-84.

Berger, Gaston. Traité Pratique D’analyse du Caractère. 9th. éd. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1974 (1st 1950). 251p.

Betts, George Herbert (1868-1934), et al, eds. Foundations of Character and Personality; an Introduction to the Psychology of Social Adjustment. NY: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1937. 371p.

Biro, Brian D. Beyond Success: the 15 Secrets of a Winning Life! 2nd ed. Hamilton, MT: Pygmalion Press, 1997 (1st 1995). 354p.
__. Beyond Success: the 15 Secrets to Effective Leadership and Life Based on Legendary Coach John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success / Brian D. Biro. NY: Berkley, 2001. 295p.

Blewitt, George. An Enquiry Whether a General Practice of Virtue Tends to the Wealth or Poverty, Benefit or Disadvantage of a People? London: R. Wilkin, 1725. 218p.

Bligh, Stanley Morgan. The Desire for Qualities. NY: H. Frowde, 1911. 322p.

Boorman, Harvie J., Hedley S. Dimock, Harry D. Edgren, et al. Camping in a Democracy. Report of Camp seminar held at George Williams college, April 5-6, 1940. NY: Association press, 1941. 52p.

Bos, Jacques. Reading the Soul: the Transformation of the Classical Discourse on Character, 1550-1750. Leiden: University of Leiden, 2003. 288p. Doctoral, Leiden, 2003.

Bower, William Clayton. Character Through Creative Experience. Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1930. 276p.

Boysen, Agness. First Things First: a Practical Plan of Character Education for School and Home. Chicago, IL: Associated Authors, 1938. 185p.

Braden, Samuel Ray. The Psychology of Character: Some Psychological Aspects of Moral Training. Columbia, MO: n.p., 1926. 135p. Ph. D., University of Missouri, 1924.

Branagan, Thomas. The Excellency of Virtue. Philadelphia: J. Rakestraw, 1808. 228p.

Brathwaite, Richard, (1588?-1673), supposed author. Don Cameron Allen, ed. A Strange Metamorphosis of Man, Transformed Into a Wilderness: Deciphered into Characters. London, 1634. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1949. 64p. Attributed by Halkett and Laing to Richard Brathwaite.

Brewer, John Marks (1877-1950), and Charles Henry Glidden. Newspaper Stories for Group Guidance: a Book on Problems of Character. NY: Inor publishing company, 1935. 250p.

Brittain, Marion Luther. The Blue Book of Stories for Character Training. Atlanta, GA: Byrd Printing Company, 1915. 148p.

Brunner, Constantin (1862-1937). Unser Charakter; oder, Ich bin der richtige! Zürich: Verlag “Die Liga,” 1939. 143p.

Bryant, Sophie Willock (1850-1922). Educational Ends; or, The Ideal of Personal Development. London, New York: Longmans, Green, 1887. 292p.
__. Short Studies in Character. London: S. Sonnenschein; NY: Macmillan, 1894. 247p.

Bucke, Charles (1781-1846). The Book of Human Character. London: Knight, 1837. 2 vol.

Bullis, Harold Edmund. Human Relations in the Classroom (Kindergarten-Twelfth Grade). Wilmington, DE: Delaware state society for mental hygiene, 1944. 155p.

Bush, Jeb, and Brian Yablonski. Profiles in Character. Foreword by William J. Bennett. Miami, FL: Foundation for Florida’s Future, 1995. 284p.

Butler, Bryant Ormond. A Synthesis on Human Nature and Life. Rahway, NJ: Quinn & Boden Company, 1933. 85p.

Cabot, Ella Lyman. Temptations to Rightdoing. NY: Houghton Mifflin, 1929. 311p.

Campbell, Archibald (1691-1756). Arete-logia. Westminster: J. Cluer and A. Campbell for B. Creake, 1728. 333p.
__. An Enquiry into the Original of Moral Virtue. Edinburgh: R. Fleming and Company, 1733. 546p.

Campion, Raymond James. My Character Book: a Laboratory Manual for the Student of Religion. NY: W. H. Sadlier, 1930. 223p.

Card, Claudia. The Unnatural Lottery: Character and Moral Luck. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1996. 212p.

Carlisle, Janice. John Stuart Mill and the Writing of Character. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1991. 333p.

Carmack, Edward Ward (1858-1908). Character; or, The Making of the Man. Nashville, TN: McQuiddy printing, 1909. 66p.

Carr, Wells. Know Thyself! Character Analysis as a Game and a Guide. NY: S. Daye, 1944. 205p.

Cassidy, Massillon Alexander. Golden Deeds in Character Education. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1921. 91p.

Chanter, William George. A Self Worth Having. NY: Cincinnati: Abingdon Press, 1938. 116p.

Character Education in Norfolk Elementary Schools. By Division of Research and Experimentation in Elementary Education, Norfolk, Virginia. Norfolk, VA: Norfolk City School Board, 1928. 207p.

Charters, Werrett Wallace (1875-1952). The Teaching of Ideals. NY: Macmillan Company, 1927. 372p.

Cheley, Frank Howbert (1889-1941). After All It’s Up to You. Boston: W. A. Wilde Company, 1935.
__. The Will to Win; Little Leads to Leadership, Character and the Great Game of Life. Boston: W. A. Wilde Company, 1931. 64p.

Cobb, Stanwood. Character: a Sequence in Spiritual Psychology. Washington: The Avalon Press, 1938. 151p.

Cochran, Clarke E. Character, Community, and Politics. University, AL: University of Alabama Press, 1982. 195p.

Colby, Anne, Jacquelyn James, and Daniel Hart, eds. Competence and Character Through Life. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998. 241p.

Cole, Stewart Grant. Character and Christian Education. Nashville: Cokesbury, 1936. 249p.

Coler, Cyphron Seymour. Character Building: a Book for Teachers, Parents and Young People. NY: Hinds & Noble, 1899. 200p.

Conaway, Ernest Anson. Your Problems Solved. Chicago: L.C. Huntington & Company, 1932. 162p.

Cooper, Clara Chassell. The Relation Between Morality and Intellect: a Compendium of Evidence Contributed by Psychology, Criminology, and Sociology. NY: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1935. 556p.

Corbett, Sarah. An Essay on Evolution of Character. London: Theosophical Pub. Society, 1902. 104p.

Covey, Stephen R. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People: Restoring the Character Ethic. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1989. 340p.
__. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Personal Workbook. NY: Simon & Schuster, 2003. 174p.
__. Living the 7 Habits: Stories of Courage and Inspiration. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1999. 310p.

De Bower, Edward Wallace. The Business Man’s Book of Proverbs: Fundamentals in Human Relationship, Civics, Government, and the Citizen. Chicago: Blackstone Institute, 1920. 200p.

De Long, Russell Victor, and Mendell Taylor. The Game of Life: Specifications for Character Engineering. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1954. 89p.

De Motte, John B. The Secret of Character Building. Chicago: S. C. Griggs, 1893. 130p.

Delahanty, Guillermo. Carácter e Ideología. México: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Xochimilco, 1992. 218p.

Delroy, Arthur. The Psychic in a Nutshell: Some Brief Notes for Amateur Psychic Readers. NY: A. Delroy, 1914. 59p.

Denis, Robert. La Caractérologie au Service de l’entreprise. Paris: Les Éditions d’organisation, 1966. 171p.

Devine, Tony, Joon Ho Seuk, and Andrew Wilson, eds. Cultivating Heart and Character: Educating for Life’s Most Essential Goals. Chapel Hill, NC: Character Development Pub., 2000. 486p.

Dimmock, Hedley S., ed. Report of Institute Held at the Y.M.C.A. College, Chicago, April 17-20, 1931. NY: Association Press, 1931. 47p.

Dimock, Hedley S., Charles E. Hendry and Roy Sorenson. Some Frontiers in Camping. Report of Camp seminar held at George Williams college, April 22-23, 1938. NY: Association press, 1939. 42p.

Doris, John Michael. Lack of Character: Personality and Moral Behavior. Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 272p.

Dossetor, Roberts Francis. Character in Literature and Life. London: Guild of Pastoral Psychology, 1967. 19p.

Dugas, Ludovic. L’éducation du Caractère. Paris: F. Alcan, 1912. 258p.

Duhring, Julia (1836-1892). Philosophers and Fools. A study. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1874. 357p.

Dürkop, Walter. Gruppencharaktere und ihre Bildung; Umrisse der Sozialcharakterologie. Heidelberg: K. Vowinckel, 1957. 127p.

Eberly, Don E., ed.; foreword by George Gallup, Jr. The Content of America’s Character: Recovering Civic Virtue. Lanham: Madison Books: Distributed by National Book Network, 1995. 352p.

Eddy, Edward Danforth. The College Influence on Student Character; an Exploratory Study in Selected Colleges and Universities Made for the Committee for the Study of Character Development in Education. Washington: American Council on Education, 1959. American Council on Education. Committee for the Study of Character Development in Education. 185p.

Edelston, Harry. Foundations and Growth of Character: a Study of Normal and Deviant Personality Formations. Leeds: Austicks Publications, 1970. 328p.

Egan, Joseph Burke. Character Chats. Boston: Journal of education, 1926. 94p.
__. Character Training through Story, Study, Work and Play. Wellesley Hills, MA: Welles Publishing, 1935.

Elliot, Hugh Samuel Roger (1881-1930). Human Character. London, New York: Longmans, Green and co., 1922. 272p.

Epstein, Fred, and Joshua Horwitz. If I Get to Five: What Children Can Teach Us about Courage and Character. NY: H. Holt, 2003. 190p. Neuro and pediatric surgeons and children.

Esprit, Jacques (1611-1678). Discourses on the Deceitfulness of Humane Virtues. London: n.p., 1706. 432p.

Esprit, Jacques (1611-1678). La Fausseté des Vertus Humaines. Paris: Chez G. Desprez, 1678; Amsterdam: Chés les Janssons a Waesberge, 1730. 2 vols.

Ewald, Gottfried. Temperament und Charakter. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1969. 156p. Reprint of the ed. published in Berlin by J. Sprinter in 1924.

Ezell, Rick. Cutting to the Core: the Seven Components of Christian Character. Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 2001. 192p.

Ferdinand Schoeman, ed. Responsibility, Character, and the Emotions: New Essays in Moral Psychology. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987. 358p.

Fishback, Elvin Holt. Character Education in the Junior High School. Intro. Philip W. L. Cox. NY: Heath and company, 1928. 190p.
__. Character Building for Junior-High-School Grades. Boston, New York: Heath and company, 1930. 232p.

Fiske, Lewis Ransom (1825-1901). Man-Building: a Treatise on Human Life and Its Forces. Chicago: The Science Press, 1907. 324p.

Foerster, Friedrich Wilhelm (1869-1966). Religion und Charakterbildung; Psychologische Untersuchungen und Pädagogische Vorschläge. Zürich; Leipzig: Rotapfel-verlag, 1925. 463p.

Folsom, Joseph Kirk (1893-1960). A Statistical Study of Character. Worcester, MA: n.p., 1917. 47p.

Foster, John (1770-1843). Essays in a Series of Letters. 29th ed. London: Bohn, 1861. 342p.

Fotis, George W. Improving Personal Effectiveness: Memo from a Modern Methuselah: a Practical Guide to Nine Powerful People-Skills. Edited by Betty Persico Fotis. Tucson, AZ: Career/Scope Pub., 1995. 115p.

Freeman, John Davis. Time’s Character Gauge. Nashville: Broadman Press, 1944. 219p.

French, Peter A., Theodore E. Uehling, Jr., Howard K. Wettstein, eds. Ethical Theory: Character and Virtue. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1988. 442p.

Fritz, Roger. Building Your Legacy: One Decision at a Time. Naperville, IL: Inside Advantage Publications, 2003. 144p.

Frothingham, Paul Revere (1864-1926). The Temple of Virtue. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1907. 182p.

Gaebelein, Thad A., and Ron P. Simmons. A Question of Character: Life Lessons to Learn from Military History. NY: Red Brick Press, 1998.

Garnett, James Clerk Maxwell. Knowledge & Character. Cambridge: University Press, 1939. 358p.
__, and Matthew R. Schneck. Psychological Tests, Methods, and Results. NY: Harper & Brothers, 1933. 235p.

George, Elizabeth. Cultivating a Life of Character. Eugene, OR: Harvest House Publishers, 2002. 159p.

George, Marian M. Character Building. Chicago: A. Flanagan, 1909. 2vols.

Gerwig, George William. Character. Pittsburgh: Henry C. Frick Educational Commission, 1930. 90p.
__. The Heart Through Art: a Study of the Emotions. Pittsburgh, PA: Henry C. Frick Educational Commission, 1934. 122p.

Gessler, Jean, ed. L’éducation du Caractère. Rapports Généraux Présentés au Congrès, Publiés sous la Direction de. Louvain: De Vlaamsche drukkerij, 1935. 242p.

Gill, David W. Becoming Good: Building Moral Character. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2000. 237p.

Goldie, Peter. On Personality. NY: Routledge, 2004.

Gough, Russell Wayne. Character Is Destiny: the Value of Personal Ethics in Everyday Life. Rocklin, CA: Forum, 1998. 167p.
__. Character Is Everything: Promoting Ethical Excellence in Sports. Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1997. 100p.

Gregg, Fred Marion. A Course of Study in Character Education for School and Home. Lincoln, Neb.: Lincoln school supply company, 1929. 169p. Part of the Nebraska state courses of study for the elementary schools and the Course of study in character education.

Gregg, Fred Marion. A Course of Study in Character Education. Lincoln: Burr Publishing, 1927. 205p.

Griéger, Paul. Étude Pratique du Caractère. Montréal: Institut pédagogique Saint-Georges, 1962. 80p.

Griffin, Robert S. Sports in the Lives of Children and Adolescents: Success on the Field and in Life. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1998. 158p.

Gross, Thomas M. Der Mensch Zwischen Wachstum und Verfall: Beiträge zu Erich Fromms Humanistischer Charakterlehre. Münster: Lit, 1992. 167p. Doctoral diss., Universität Giessen, 1991.

Häberlin, Paul (1878-1960). Der Charakter. Basel: Kober, 1925. 341p.

Haddock, Laura. Steps Upward in Personality: what kind of person do I want to be? A source book of material for administrative officers, teachers, sponsors and pupils in elementary and secondary schools and civic organizations, coöperating with the schools in citizenship and character development. NY: Professional & technical Press, 1931. 357p.

Haggard, Howard Wilcox (1891-1959), and Clements C. Fry. The Anatomy of Personality. NY: Harper, 1936. 357p.

Hall, Joseph (1574-1656). Caracteres de Vertvs et de Vices. Paris: n.p., 1590. 139p.

Harrison, Beppie. On Being a Parent: the Crash Course in Character Development. Salt Lake City, UT: Bookcraft, 1995. 130p.

Hart, Hugh Doak. The Mature Person. NY: F. S. Crofts & co., 1931. 61p. Address delivered at the University of Vermont commencement, June 16, 1930.

Hartman, Taylor. Color Your Future: Using the Color Code to Strengthen your Character. NY: Scribner, 1999. 174p. Rev. ed. of: The Character Code (1991).

Hartshorne, Hugh (1885-1967). Character in Human Relations. NY: C. Scribner’s sons, 1932. 367p.

Harvey, William Hope (1851-1936). The Remedy. Chicago, IL: The Mundus Publishing Company, 1915. 168p.

Hauerwas, Stanley. Character and the Christian Life: a Study in Theological Ethics. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1994. 238p. Originally published: San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 1975.

Heaton, Kenneth Lewis. The Character Emphasis in Education: a Collection of Materials and Methods. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago press, 1933. 415p.

Heinroth, Johann Christian August (1773-1843). Über Moralische Kraft und Passivität; Konzentriert und Erneuert. Leipzig: H.H. Kreisel, 1940. Ed. Paul Kroedel. 305p.

Helwig, Paul. Charakterologie. Stuttgart: E. Klett, 1936. 311p.

Heron, Grace. What Word Will You Choose? Chicago, IL: R. F. Seymour, 1932. 34p.

Hillis, Newell Dwight (1858-1929). The Contagion of Character: Studies in Culture and Success. NY: Fleming H. Revell, 1911. 332p.
__. Right Living as a Fine Art: a Study of Channings Symphony as an Outline of the Ideal Life and Character. NY: Fleming H. Revell, 1899. 52p.

Hillman, James. The Force of Character: and the Lasting Life. NY: Random House, 1999. 236p.

Hoffmann, Hermann. Das Problem des Charakteraufbaus, seine Gestaltung Durch die Erbbiologische Persönlichkeitsanalyse. Berlin: J. Springer, 1926. 193p.
__. Charakter und Wmwelt. Berlin: J. Springer, 1928. 106p.

Hofmann, Rudolf. Die Heroische Tugend; Geschichte und Inhalt eines Theologischen Begriffes. München: J. Kösel & F. Pustet, 1933. 220p.

Hofset, Arnold. Karakterer: Trivsel eller Trusel?: En Vurdering av Evalueringsutvalgets Innstilling. Oslo: NKS-forlaget, 1975. 107p.

Holmes, Arthur. Principles of Character Making. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1913. 336p.

Holubesko, Alan. Taking the Great High Road: an Exploration and Workable Perspective of Character Building. Norwich, CT: A&L Pub., 1996. 158p.

Homer, Frederic D. Character, an Individualistic Theory of Politics. Lanham: University Press of America, 1983. 168p.

Horowitz, Mardi Jon. Cognitive Psychodynamics: from Conflict to Character. NY: Wiley, 1998. 224p.

Howell, Wilbur Samuel, ed. and tr. The Rhetoric of Alcuin (735-804) & Charlemagne (742-814). Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press; London, H. Milrod, Oxford Univ. Press, 1941. 175p.

Huber, Marie (1695-1753). The World Unmask’d. London: A. Millar, 1736. 446p.

Hudson, Stephen D. Human Character and Morality: Reflections from the History of Ideas. Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986. 164p.

Hunt, Lester H. Character and Culture. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1997. 302p.

Hunt, Robin Larkey. Handbook on Character Education. Mitchell, SD: Educator supply company, 1936. 162p.

Hunter, James Davison. The Death of Character: Moral Education in an Age without Good or Evil. NY: Basic Books, 2000. 320p.

Hurt, Huber William. The Influencing of Character. Hollywood, FL: The College Blue Book Company, 1934. 223p.

Hutcheon, Pat Duffy. Building Character and Culture. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1999. 286p. Annotated bibliography of research on the effects of media portrayals of violence and pornography on human development.

Hybels, Bill. Who You Are when No One’s Looking: Choosing Consistency, Resisting Compromise. Edited by LaVonne Neff. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1987. 113p.

Inoue, Kyoko. Individual Dignity in Modern Japanese Thought: the Evolution of the Concept of Jinkaku in Moral and Educational Discourse. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, the University of Michigan, 2001. 262p.

Irvine, David (1897-1912). Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelung, and the Conditions of Ideal Manhood. London: H. Grevel, 1897. 281p.

Jacobs, Jonathan A. Choosing Character: Responsibility for Virtue and Vice. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2001. 149p.

James Allen. The Mastery of Destiny. New York & London: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, c1909. 120p.

Jameson, Anna (1794-1860). Sketches of Art, Literature, and Character. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1857. 502p.

Jankélévitch, Vladimir. Traité des Vertus. Paris: Bordas, 1949. 807p.

Johnson, Paul E. Who are you? NY: Abingdon Press, 1937. 204p.

Johnson, Vernon E. Behavior vs. Values: Character Conflict During Recovery. Minneapolis, MN: Johnson Institute, 1991. 17p.

Johnston, Madeline Steele. Channels Worth Watching: a Parents’ Guide to Character Development in Children. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Pub. Association, 1981. 64p.

Jones, Harold B. Personal Character and National Destiny. St. Paul, MN: Paragon House, 2002. 259p.

Jones, Lewis Henry (1844-1917). Education as Growth; or, The Culture of Character; a Book for Teachers’ Reading Circles, Normal Classes, and Individual Teachers. NY: Ginn and Company, 1911. 275p.

Jones, Vernon Augustus. Character and Citizenship Training in the Public School; an Experimental Study of Three Specific Methods. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1936. 404p.
__. Syllabus in the Psychology of Character; Questions for Guidance in Study Together with Reading References. Worcester, MA: Clark University, 1932. 79p.

Jordan, William George (1864-1928). The Power of Purpose. NY: Fleming H. Revell, 1910. 64p.

Josephs, Lawrence. Character Structure and the Organization of the Self. NY: Columbia University Press, 1992. 332p.

Josephson, Michael S., and Wes Hanson, eds. The Power of Character: Prominent Americans Talk about Life, Family, Work, Values, and More. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1998. 387p.

Josephson, Michael S., Val J. Peter and Tom Dowd. Parenting to Build Character in Your Teen. Boys Town, NE: Boys Town Press, 2001. 239p.

Journal of Personality. Durham, N.C., Duke Univ. Press. Saudek, Robert, 1880-1935, ed.; Spearman, Charles Edward, 1863-1945, ed.; Zener, Karl Edward, 1903- ed. Former Title: Character and Personality Sept. 1932-Mar./June 1945; Editors: Sept. 1932-June 1933, Robert Saudek; Sept. 1937-June 1944, Charles Spearman (with Karl Zener, Dec. 1939-June 1944; Sept. 1944-June 1946, Karl Zener.

Kalyva, Elpida. Psychologia tou Paidikou Charachtera. Athena: Ekdoseis Korontze, 1982. 126p.

Kaminski, Katharina, und Gerald Mackenthun. Individualpsychologie auf neuen Wegen: Grundbegriffe, Individualpsychologie als angewandte Ethik, Psychotherapie, Charakterkunde. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 1997. 251p.

Kamler, Howard. Identification and Character: a Book on Psychological Development. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1994. 350p.

Kane, John A. The School of Virtue. NY: Pageant Press, 1953. 168p.

Kaplan, Morton A., ed. Character and Identity. St. Paul, MN: PWPA, 1998-2000. Professors World Peace Academy, Conference on Character and Identity, 1997. 2vol.

Kassler, Jamie Croy. Inner Music: Hobbes, Hooke, and North on Internal Character. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1995. 299p.

Kekes, John. Facing Evil. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1990. 250p.

Kern, Hans, ed. Die Masken der Seele; Charakterologische Erkenntnisse aus Drei Jahrtausenden. Leipzig: P. Reclam jun, 1945(?). 358p.

Kerschensteiner, Georg (1854-1932). Charakterbegriff und Charaktererziehung. Leipzig: B. G. Teubner, 1912; 207p. (Leipzig und Berlin: B. G. Teubner, 1929; 305p.).

Kettner, Frederick (1886-1957). Biosophy and Character Education. NY: The Biosophical Institute, 1937. 16p.

Khigir, Boris. Taina Imeni i Otchestva. Moskva: Terra, 1999. 605p.

Kidder, Rushworth M. How Good People Make Tough Choices: Resolving the Dilemmas of Ethical Living. NY: William Morrow & Company, 1995; NY: Simon & Schuster, 1996.

Kilpatrick, William, Gregory and Suzanne M. Wolfe; foreword by Robert Coles. Books that Build Character: a Guide to Teaching Your Child Moral Values through Stories. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1994. 332p.

Kindlon, Daniel James. Too Much of a Good Thing: Raising Children of Character in an Indulgent Age. NY: Hyperion, 2001. 267p.

King, Basil (1859-1928). The Seven Torches of Character. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1929. 260p.

King, Edith Myrtle. Fifty Hints and Helps in Character Education. Painesville: The Educational Supply Co., 1931. 48p.

Kingman, Henry. Building on Rock. NY: Association Press, 1919. 166p.

Kissen, Morton. Affect, Object, and Character Structure. Madison, CT: International Universitites Press, 1995. 266p.

Klages, Ludwig (1872-1956). Die Grundlagen der Charakterkunde. Leipzig, J. A. Barth, 1936; 232p. (Bonn: H. Bouvier, 1948; 253p.).
__. The Science of Character. Trans. from fifth and sixth German editions by W. H. Johnston. London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1929. 308p.
__. Vorschule der Charakterkunde. Leipzig: Barth, 1937. 79p.

Klein, Daniel B., ed. Reputation: Studies in the Voluntary Elicitation of Good Conduct. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1997. 318p.

Knobloch, Hans. Ich, du, es: eine Moderne Charakterkunde. Frankfurt/Main: Insel Verlag, 1997. 152p.

Koehler, Mike. Coaching Character at Home: Strategies for Raising Responsible Teens. Foreword by Tom Osborne. Notre Dame, IN: Sorin Books, 2003. 222p.

König, Karl. Kleine psychoanalytische Charakterkunde. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1992. 144p.

Kronfeld, Arthur (1886-1941). Lehrbuch der Charakterkunde. Berlin: J. Springer, 1932. 451p.

Krueger, Felix (1874-1948), ed. Charakter und Persönlichkeit. München, C. H. Beck, 1939. 2 vols.

Kube, Jörg. Techne und arete. Berlin: De Gruyter, 1968. 255p.

Künkel, Fritz (1889-1956). Charakter, Leiden und Heilung. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchges, 1970 (1st Leipzig: S. Hirzel, 1934; 235p.).
__. God Helps Those... Psychology and the Development of Character. NY: I. Washburn, 1931. 279p.
__. Let’s be Normal! The Psychologist Comes to His Senses. Trans. by Eleanore Jensen. NY: I. Washburn, 1929. 299p.
__. Vitale Dialektik: Theoretische Grundlagen der Individualpsychologischen Charakterkunde. Leipzig: S. Hirzel, 1929. 134p.
__. Character, Growth, Education. Translated by Barbara Keppel-Compton and Basil Druitt. NY: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1938. 348p.
__. What it Means to Grow Up: a Guide in Understanding the Development of Character. Translated by Barbara Keppel-Compton and Hulda Niebuhr. NY: Charles Scribner’s sons, 1936. 180p.

Kupperman, Joel. Character. NY: Oxford University Press, 1991. 193p.

Lacordaire, Jean Baptiste Henri Dominique de (1802-1861). Trois Vertus. Paris: Beauchesne, 1944. Henry Chevré, ed. 60p.

Ladd, George Trumbull (1842-1921). The Doctrine of the Virtues as Applied to Business Life. Tokyo: Tokyo Higher Commercial School, 1907. 115p.

Lampner, Chanoch. Character Development via the Torah, Talmud, and Their Commentaries: a Unique Approach to the Improvement of One’s Values According  to the Instructions of the Torah and the Talmud. NY: C. Lampner, 1981. 114p.

Langfeldt, Gabriel. Personlighetsutvikling, moral og livssyn. Oslo: Aschehoug, 1955. 114p.

Lax, Ruth F., ed. Essential Papers on Character Neurosis and Treatment. NY: New York University Press, 1989. 459p.

Lazurskii, Aleksandr Fedorovich (1874-1917). Ocherk Nauki o Kharakterakh. Moskva: Nauka, 1995. 271p.

Le Gall, André. Caractérologie des Enfants et des Adolescents, à L’usage des Parents et des éducateurs. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1973, 7th ed. (1st 1950). 502p.

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Lecky, William Edward Hartpole (1838-1903). The Map of Life: Conduct and Character. NY: Longmans, Green & Co., 1899. 353p.

Lee Gutkind, ed. Surviving Crisis: Twenty Prominent Authors Write about Events that Shaped Their Lives. NY: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, 1997. 237p.

Lentz, Theodore Ferdinand. An Experimental Method for the Discovery and Development of Tests of Character. NY: Columbia university, 1925. 47p.

Lersch, Philipp. Der Aufbau des Charakters. Leipzig: J.A. Barth, 1942. 339p.

Levitov, Nikolai Dmitrievich. Voprosy Psikhologii Kharaktera. Moskva: Gos, Uchebno-Pedagog, Iizd-vo, 1956. 365p.
__. Kharakter i ego Formirovanie. N.p. 1950. 33p.

Liebers, Gerhard. Virtus bei Cicero. Dresden: M. Dittert, 1942. 171p.

Ligon, Ernest Mayfield. Dimensions of Character. NY: Macmillan, 1956. 497p.
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Lindsay, Arthur Adolphus. Mind the Builder, “The New Psychology” Continued. The relationship of the designer and the builder; the treatise with formulas for body building or physical culture, mind building or mental culture, character building or soul culture. Portland, OR: Lindsay publishing company, 1908. 208p.

Lofton, George Augustus (1839-1914). Character Sketches; or, The Blackboard Mirror. A series of illustrated discussions, depicting those peculiarities of character which contribute to the ridicule and failure, or to the dignity and success of mankind. Nashville, TN: Southwestern Publishing House, 1890. 454p.

Logan, Jessie E., ed. Goodly Company, a Book of Quotations and Proverbs for Character Development. Intro. Carrie E. Scott and Clara W. Nieman. Chicago: Beckley-Cardy Company, 1930. 221p.

Lowen, Alexander. Physical Dynamics of Character Structure; Bodily Form and Movement in Analytic Therapy. NY: Grune & Stratton, 1958. 358p.

MacArthur, John. The Pillars of Christian Character: the Basic Essentials of a Living Faith. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 1998. 208p.

MacCunn, John (1846-1929). The Making of Character; Some Educational Aspects of Ethics. NY: Macmillan Company, 1900. 226p.

MacGillivray, George John. The Christian virtues. London: Burns, Oates & Washbourne, 1934. 176p.

MacKenzie, George, Sir (1636-1691). Moral Gallantry: a Discourse, Addresses to the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain. London: T. Hamilton, 1821. 159p.

Mahan, Thomas Jefferson. An Analysis of the Characteristics of Citizenship. NY: Columbia University, 1928. 44p. Ph.D., diss. Columbia university, 1928.

Malaise, Joseph. Conocete a tí Mismo. El Paso, TX: Editorial Revista Católica, 1941. 224p.

Malerstein, Abraham J., and Mary Ahern. A Piagetian Model of Character Structure. NY: Human Sciences Press, 1982. 252p.

Malinda Teel, ed. Fortitude: True Stories of True Grit. NY: Red Rock Press, 2000. 227p.

Marden, Orison Swett (1848-1924). Character: the Grandest Thing in the World. NY: Crowell, 1899. 55p.
__. The Power of Personality. With Margaret Connolly. NY: T. Y. Crowell, 1906. 86p.
__. Winning Out: a Book for Young People on Character Building by Habit Forming. Boston: Lothrop Publishing Company, 1900. 251p.

Markun, Leo. The Psychology of Character Building. Girard, KS: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1927. 64p.

Marquet, Urbain. Le Caractère. Avant-propos de M. Nédoncelle. Aubier: Éditions Montaigne, 1967. 157p.

Mason, Charlotte Maria (1842-1923). Ourselves: Improving Character and Conscience. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House, 1989. 252p. Originally published: London, England: K. Paul, Trench, Trübner and Co., 1905.

Maulnier, Thierry. Discours sur les Prix de Vertu. Paris: Typ. de Firmin-Didot, 1969.

McCarthy, William Hugh, comp. The Building Laws of Human Character; or, Every Man’s Monitor. San Francisco, CA: W.H. McCarthy, 1903. 163p.

McDonough, Mary Rosa. The Empirical Study of Character. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1929. 2 vols.

McDougall, William (1871-1938). Character and the Conduct of Life. 8th ed. London: Methuen & co., 1945 (1st NY: G. P. Putnam’s sons, 1927; 394p). 287p.

McElhinney, Robert Stewart, and Henry Lester Smith. Personality and Character Building. Winona Lake, IN: Light and Life Press, 1942. 345p.

McGovern, John Terence. Diogenes Discovers Us. NY: L. MacVeagh, Dial press, 1933. 304p.

McKinnon, Christine. Character, Virtue Theories, and the Vices. Orchard Park, NY: Broadview Press, 1999. 261p.

McKown, Harry Charles (1892-1963). Character Education. NY: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1935. 472p.

McLester, Amelia. The Development of Character Traits in Young Children. NY: C. Scribner, 1931. 126p.

McLester, Frances Cole. Achieving Christian Character. Nashville: Cokesbury Press, 1937. 160p.

Mendeville, Bernard (1670-1733). “Le api.” The Grumbling Hive in Italian. Torino: Società Editrice Internazionale, 1953. Fidia Arata, ed. and tr.

Messick, John D. Personality and Character Development. NY: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1939. 192p.

Meyer, Susan Sauvé. Aristotle on Moral Responsibility: Character and Cause. Oxford, UK; Cambridge, USA: Blackwell, 1993. 210p.

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Monson, Leland H., and Clinton W. Barton. Character and Leadership. Salt Lake City: Desert Book Co., 1964. 202p.

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Morgan, Arthur Ernest (1878-1975). The Long Road. Washington, D.C.: National Home Library Foundation, 1936. 144p.

Morrison, Bakewell. Character Formation in College. Milwaukee: Bruce Publishing Company, 1938. 214p.

Morrison, John Cayce. Character Building in New York Public Schools: an Analysis of Practices Reported by Teachers and Supervisory Officers for the School Year, 1928-1929. Assisted by Arthur E. Layman. Albany: University of the State of New York Press, 1931. 96p.

Mounier, Emmanuel (1905-1950). The Character of Man. Trans. into English by Cynthia Rowland. NY: Harper, 1956. 341p. Abridgment of author’s Traité du Caractére.
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Müller, Willy. Charakter und Moral; Eine Philosophie der Tugend und Ihrer Sozialen Werte auf der Grundlage einer Absoluten Weltanschauung. München: Ernst Reinhardt, 1939. 126p.

Munzel, G. Felicitas. Kant’s Conception of Moral Character: the “Critical” Link of Morality, Anthropology, and Reflective Judgment. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. 277p.

Musek, Janek. Osebnost in Vrednote. Ljubljana: Educy, 1993. 282p.

Myers, Garry Cleveland. Building Personality in Children. Intro. M. V. O’Shea. NY: Greenberg, 1931. 360p.
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Nenna, Giovanni Battista. A Discovrse Whether a Noble Man by Birth or a Gentleman by Desert is Greater in Nobilitie. London: P. Short, 1600. 98p.

Nenna, Giovanni Battista. Nennio, or, A Treatise of Nobility. Trans. from Italian by William Jones; intro. Alice Shalvi. Jerusalem: Israel Universities P.; London, H.A. Humphrey, 1967. 240p.

Neuman, Henry. Lives in the Making: Aims and Ways of Character Education. NY: D. Appleton, 1932. 369p.

Newfang, Oscar. The Development of Character: a Practical Creed. NY: J. J. Little & Ives Company, 1921. 91p.

Niebergall, Friedrich (1866-1932). Person und Persönlichkeit. Leipzig: Quelle & Meyer, 1911. 170p.

Nix, William. Character Works. Nashville, TN: Broadman & Holman, 1999. 167p.

Nohl, Herman (1879-1960). Charakter und Schicksal, eine Pädagogische Menschenkunde. Frankfurt am Main: G. Schulte-Bulmke, 1947. 189p.

Norton, Carol. Studies in Character. Boston: D. Estes & Company, 1906. 202p.

O’Connell, William Henry, cardinal. The Cardinal Virtues. Boston: n.p., 1918. 42p.

Oer, Sebastian von, pater (1845-1925). Unsere Tugenden. Freiburg im Breisgau, St. Louis, MO: Herder, 1907. 255p.

Outa, G. Odera. African Examples: Inspirations for Achievement and Personal Fulfilment. Nairobi: OCTAWNS, 1993. 100p.

Parlette, Ralph Albert (1870-1930). The University of Hard Knocks: the School that Completes Our Education ... A Lyceum and Chautauqua Lecture Delivered Since 1904. Chicago: The Parlette-Padget Company, 1914. 135p.

Parrish, Herbert. The Mystery of Character. NY: E.S. Gorham, 1917. 141p.

Peck, Robert F., et al. The Psychology of Character Development. NY: Wiley, 1960. 267p.

Pendry, Elizabeth Ruth, and Hugh Hartshore. Organizations for Youth: Leisure Time and Character Building Procedures. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1935. 359p.

Peretti, Marcello. Educazione e Carattere. Brescia: La scuola, 1976. 174p.

Peterson, Christopher, and Martin E. P. Seligman. Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. 816p.

Phelan, Mary Inez. An Empirical Study of the Ideals of Adolescent Boys and Girls. Washington, D.C.: Catholic university of America, 1936. 155p. Ph.D., Catholic Univ. of America, 1936.

Phelps, William Lyon (1865-1943). Human Nature. NY: E.P. Dutton, 1931. 51p.

Phillips, John Walter (1855-1938). Christian Character: a Sermon. Binghamton, NY: First Baptist Church, 1902. 15p.

Pierce, Edgar. The Philosophy of Character. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1924. 435p.

Pierson, Arthur Tappan (1837-1911). Life-Power: or, Character, Culture and Conduct. NY: F. H. Revell, 1895. 214p.

Powers, Francis Fountain. Character Training. NY: A. S. Barnes, 1932. 158p.

Prelinger, Ernst, and Carl N. Zimet. An Ego-Psychological Approach to Character Assessment. NY: Free Press of Glencoe, 1964. 211p.

Price, John Milburn. Formative Factors in Christian Character. Nashville: Convention Press, 1959. 137p.

Priddle, Oamer Daniel. Procedures in Developing Character Controls Through Instruction. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1929. 147p. Ph.D., ) Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1929.

Profiles in Character: the Values that Made America. Members of the 1994 Class of the United States Congress. Nashville: T. Nelson Publishers, 1996. 274p.

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Puryear, Edgar F. American Generalship: Character Is Everything: the Art of Command. Novata, CA: Presidio, 2000. 374p.

Rasmussen, Bernard Ingram. A Course in Character Education for the Elementary School Child; a Handbook for Teachers, Parents, and Children’s Workers. Mountain View, CA: Hectograph Dduplicator Company, 1933. 80p.

Reif, Adelbert. Aggression und Charakter: ein Gespräch mit Adelbert Reif. Zürich: Verlag der Arche, 1975. 38p.

Riach, Steve, comp. Heart of a Champion: Profiles in Character, Including the Stories of Kurt Warner, David Robinson, Michelle Akers, Jeff Gordon, Alex Rodriguez, and Many More. Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 2001. 226p.

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Riter, Tim. Deep Down: Character Change Through the Fruit of the Spirit. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House, 1995. 178p.

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Ruiz-Arnau, Ramón (1874-1934). Influencia en la medicina del carácter de los pueblos: conferencia dada en el Ateneo Puertorriqueño en la noche del 25 de Abril. Puerto Rico: Boletín Mercantil, 1904. 109p.

Rutland, Mark. Character Matters: Nine Essential Traits You Need to Succeed. Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2003. 153p.

Rümke, Henricus Cornelius (1893-1967). The Psychology of Unbelief: Character and Temperament in Relation to Unbelief. Trans. from Dutch by M.H.C. Willems. London: Rockliff, 1952. 67p. Translation of Karakter en Aanleg in Verband met het Ongeloof.

Russell, George Besore (1824-1908). The Principle of Virtue, and Virtue of Principle. An Address, Delivered at the Dedication of the New Hall of the Diagnothian Literary Society. Chambersburg, PA: M. Kieffer & co., 1857. 32p.

Rutland, Mark. Character Matters: Nine Essential Traits You Need to Succeed. Lake Mary, FL: Charisma House, 2003. 153p.

Ryan, Kevin, and George F. McLean, eds. Character Development in Schools and Beyond. NY: Praeger, 1987. 409p.

Ryan, Kevin, and Thomas Lickona, eds. Character Development in Schools and Beyond. 2nd ed. expanded. Washington, D.C.: Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 1992. 382p.

Sabini, John, and Maury Silver. Emotion, Character, and Responsibility. NY: Oxford University Press, 1998. 175p.

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Shapiro, David. Dynamics of Character: Self-Regulation in Psychopathology. NY: Basic Books, 2000. 172p.

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Swindoll, Charles R. The Quest for Character: Inspirational Thoughts for Becoming More Like Christ. Portland, OR: Multnomah Press, 1987; 216p. (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1993; 214p.).

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Taylor, Charles Keen. Character Development: a Practical Graded School Course, Correlating Lessons in General Morals, Citizenship, Domestic Science, Physical Training, Vocational Guidance and Recreation. Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, 1913. 241p.

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Trommer, Rosemerry Wahtola. Charity: True Stories of Giving and Receiving. NY: Red Rock Press, 2002. 203p.

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Walters, Jack Edward. Student Development: How to Make the Most of College Life. NY: I. Pitman & Sons, 1931. 195p.

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Ware, Mary Greene. The Elements of Character. 3d ed. Boston: Crosby, Nichols, 1855. 234p.

Wartegg, Ehrig. Gestaltung und Charakter; Ausdrucksdeutung Zeichnerischer Gestaltung und Entwurf einer Charakterologischen Typologie. Leipzig: J.A. Barth, 1939. 261p.

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Wolfe, John Marcus. Introduction to the Study of Human Conduct and Character: a Dicussion of the Elements and Agencies that Factor in Character Education. NY: Benziger Brothers, 1930. 213p.

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Young, Howard Palmer. Character through Recreation. Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, 1915. 291p.

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