Moral Philosophy: A Reader
Louis P. Pojman
Hackett Pub., 1998 - Ethics - 336 pages
An expansion of a collection of articles Pojman has long used in his undergraduate ethical theory course, combining excerpts from classical and contemporary expositions of perennial problems. The collection includes a general introduction to the subject, and each of the 30 readings begins with a short abstract and biographical sketch. Augmented from the 1993 edition with several new pieces. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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