This book covers standard offerings like utilitarianism, nonconsequentialism, and contractarianism. It also features full-length essays representing feminist and multi-cultural thought.
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This comprehensive new reader covers core topics in general ethics while integrating ethical theory with contemporary moral issues so as to include the voices of women and often neglected multicultural perspectives.
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Book Description Pearson, 1995. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: I. ETHICAL THEORIES. 1. Alasdair MacIntyre: Tradition and the Virtues. 2. James Rachels: Utilitarianism. 3. Onora O'Neill: Kant's Ethics. 4. Ronald Dworkin: Taking Rights Seriously. 5. John Rawls: A Theory of Justice. 6. Carol Gilligan: In a Different Voice. II. ETHICS OF COMMUNITY. 7. Kwame Gyekye: African Communalism. 8. Martin Luther King, Jr: On Being a Good Neighbor. 9. Bell Hooks and Cornel West: Breaking Bread. 10. Paul Kirp, et. al.: Gender in the Context of Community. 11. Emmanuel Levinas: Useless Suffering. III. ETHICS OF FRIENDSHIP AND LOVE. 12. Henry David Thoreau: Friendship. 13. William Gass: Rilke's Doctrine of Nonpossessive Love. 14. Robert C. Solomon: The Virtue of (Erotic) Love. 15. Nel Noddings: Ethics of Caring. 16. S. Firestone: Love and Women's Oppression . IV. ETHICS OF TRUTH, POWER, AND LYING. 17. Charles Fried: The Evil of Lying. 18. Michel Foucault: Power, Truth, and Right. 19. Vaclav Havel: Living in Truth. 20. Oliver North: Transcripts from the Iran-Contra Affair. 21. Sissela Bok: On Lying for the Public Good. 22. Adrienne Rich: Women and Honor: Some Notes on Lying. V. ETHICS OF WAR, VIOLENCE, AND PEACE. 23. William V. O'Brien: Just War Theory. 24. Cheyney C. Ryan: Pacifism and Self-Defense. 25. Hannah Arendt: Violence and Power. 26. Sissela Bok: Kant on Peace. 27. Mohanda K. Gandhi: On Satyagraha. VI. ETHICS OF HUNGER AND WELFARE. 28. Jesus of Nazareth: The Kingdom of God. 29. Peter Singer: Famine, Affluence, and Morality. 30. Garrett Hardin: Living on a Lifeboat. 31. Peter Marin: Helping and Hating the Homeless. 32. Margaret B. Wilkerson and Jewell Handy Gresham: The Racialization of Poverty. VII. ETHICS OF RACE AND POWER. 33. Cornel West: Race Matters. 34. Shelby Steele: I'm Black, You're White, Who's Innocent? 35. Richard Wasserstrom: Racism and Sexism. 36. Elizabeth V. Spelman: The Erasure of Black Women. 37. Lisa Newton: Reverse Discrimination as Unjustified. 38. Cornel West: Beyond Affirmative Action. VIII. ETHICS OF S. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0023938919
Book Description Pearson, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110023938919