The new ethics: a tour of the 21st-century moral landscape
In this in-depth, thoughtful look at the nation's moral health, prominent ethics professor Anita Allen offers a brilliant take on modern-day ethics in a world turned upside-down.
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The view of ethics known as "cultural relativism" teaches that what is right for a
person depends upon that person's cultural background; "moral relativism" or "
subjectivism" teaches that what is right for a person depends upon that person's ...
Kilpatrick lamented children's ignorance of traditional morality in a 1992 book,
Why Johnny Can't Tell Right from Wrong.25 Kilpatrick attributed moral
deficiencies in youth to timidity about passing on culturally specific substantive
Director, Missouri Department of Health, 217-18 Cuban Missile Crisis (1962), 86
Cultural diversity, 18-19, 83-85 Cultural diversity training, 237 Cultural relativism,
82-83 Cystic fibrosis (CF), 154, 166-68 Dahl, Robert A., 247 Daily, Edward, 103 ...
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A survey of the everyday breakdown of ethical behavior and a strong case for a new emphasis on moral education in America.Enumerating the modern accumulation of lies, tricks, cheats, and scams by ... Read full review
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