Contemporary Moral Problems

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Cengage Learning, Feb 23, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 567 pages
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This classic topically organized anthology--replete with problem cases, illuminating introductory essays, and end of-chapter study questions--engages students in a variety of contemporary moral debates. Combining divergent viewpoints on a number of timely issues and an introduction to the major currents of thought in the history of Western ethics, White's CONTEMPORARY MORAL PROBLEMS, Eighth Edition provides students with a proven roadmap through the compelling and contentious arena of today's most pressing moral problems.

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This is the textbook for my PHIL120 Introduction to Moral Theory. The introduction in front of each chapter is easy to read. The selection of the articles reflect most popular views on both side of the argument in most popular ethical questions.

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White gives excellent coverage to divergent voices in several hot-topic social and cultural issues. Read full review

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James E. White received a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado and is retired after teaching at Saint Cloud State University in Minnesota.

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