Living Philosophy: An Introduction to Moral Thought
This revised and updated edition incorporates several brand new case studies and discussion points, introduces central questions in ethical theory to the student and assumes no previous knowledge of philosophy. Topics raised include environmental ethics, bioethics and the human genome.
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Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow 146
The scope of ethics
Love thy neighbour?
Why be moral?
Marks Gospel 43
Matthews Gospel 34 75
Mein Kampf 57
Eastern religions and cultural relativism
Ethics and politics
Environmental ethics and bioethics
Ethics and education
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