Twentieth Century Ethical Theory

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Steven M. Cahn, Joram Graf Haber
Prentice Hall, 1995 - Philosophy - 725 pages
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This text is appropriate for Ethics and Moral theory courses.

A compilation of many of the most influential and provocative papers in twentieth-century ethical theory, this new book is chronologically organized. Presenting the complete texts of all these readings, the book also includes selections from certain major books of the period where appropriate.

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The Meaning of Good and Bad
Hypostatic Ethics

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Steven M. Cahn is one of America's most distinguished teachers of philosophy. He has authored or edited more than forty books as well as numerous articles, most in the fields of metaphysics, philosophy of religion, ethics, political philosophy, and philosophy of education. Among his works are FATE, LOGIC, AND TIME; SAINTS AND SCAMPS: ETHICS IN ACADEMIA, 25th Anniversary Edition; FROM STUDENT TO SCHOLAR; A CANDID GUIDE TO BECOMING A PROFESSOR; PUZZLES & PERPLEXITIES: COLLECTED ESSAYS, Second Edition; EXPLORING ETHICS, Second Edition (ED.); POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY; THE ESSENTIAL TEXTS, Second Edition (ED.); THE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION DEBATE, Second Edition (ED.); EXPLORING PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION (ED.); and CLASSICS OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY, Seventh Edition.

Haber is assistant professor of philosophy at Bergen Community College.

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