Tables for Students of Moral Philosophy: A Supplement to Philosophical Discussion about Ethics
Organized by the major ethical subjects of Metaethics, Moral Values and Justification, Moral Philosophies and Philosophers, Citizen Ethics, and Bioethics, Tables for Students of Moral Philosophy presents an excellent introduction to moral philosophy. Chadwick offers clear explanations of complex topics in Ethics using tables that compare, contrast, and summarize arguments. This work is intended for the beginning student and also provides a solid review for the undergraduate philosophy major.
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