101 Ethical Dilemmas

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Psychology Press, 2003 - Philosophy - 332 pages
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Will meat eaters get into heaven? Do trees have rights? Is it ever right to design a baby? What would you do? Would you always do the right thing? Is there a right thing? In this second edition of his thought-provoking and highly engaging introduction to ethics, Martin Cohen brings eleven ethical dilemmas.

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User Review  - Holmes - Goodreads

The dilemmas are sometimes thought-provoking, but the discussions do not help in resolving the conflicts. The book's author does declare that his job is not to provide answers, but I expected to get more clear explanations than hundreds of quotes from philosophers. Read full review

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User Review  - Liam Pike - Goodreads

Great thought-stimulating content on a subject which is as perplexing and dynamic as one can be... an entertaining read encompassing many of philosophies most celebrated ideas, relating them to our world's context. Read full review

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