An Intelligent Person's Guide to Ethics

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Duckworth, 1998 - Religion - 128 pages
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In this guide to ethics, controversial even before its publication, Mary Warnock debates issues such as abortion, euthanasia, Down's Syndrome, education and genetic engineering, aiming to explain how to distinguish right from wrong. Drawing on examples from her personal and political life, she illustrates difficult cases to make her point and clarify where she stands in a thought-provoking way.

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Introduction
7
Death
19
Birth
40
Copyright

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Mary Warnock was a professional philosopher who taught philosophy at both Oxford and Cambridge. She has also chaired various government committees of enquiry and has a high public profile. She was made a life peer in 1985 and sits in the House of Lords.

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