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You-re no idiot, of course. But at a time when immorality, corruption, and greed seem to be not only condoned but encouraged, it-s increasingly difficult to follow your own moral compass. In a world that stressesthe material over the spiritual and appearance over substance, we all yearn for guidance.The Complete Idiot-s Guide- to Understanding Ethics is a comprehensive reference to the questions of right and wrong. This book will help you define your own philosophy and make sense of the dilemmas that confront you every day. In this Complete Idiot-s Guide-, you get:--Gender ethics, racial ethics (tolerance), and applications for ethical behavior in the workplace and at home.--Explorations of real-world aspects of applied ethics and behavior, including the theories and doctrines of the ancient Greeks.--Recipes for making an ethical life from ingredients like the wisdom of philosophy, science, and religion.
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Jennifer Parks and David Ingram teach ethics and social justice at Loyola University, Chicago. Jennifer grew up in Kingston, Ontario, and received her B.A. and M.A. degrees at Queens University before getting her Ph.D. at MacMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
David Ingram grew up in Whittier, California, received his B.A. from the University of California at Irvine before completing his Ph.D. at the University of California at San Diego.
They met four years ago, shortly after Jennifer was hired at Loyola, and the rest is history (yep, they're married). And yes, their collaboration extends into the classroom as well (they've team-taught classes on social justice and disability and travelled together to Guatemala as part of Loyola University Ministry's social justice alternative immersion break for students). Besides having two cats and a pug dog for their ethics laboratory (the critters are always fighting and making up), they also have two very loving and supportive families. David's ten-year old daughter Sabina and his identical twin brother have knocked him down a peg or two, which is a good thing for the readers of this book. Jennifer's mom, Lauretta (who won't divulge her age) has done the same for Jennifer; and so both David and Jennifer have become humbler (and hopefully better) persons. After all, it helps to know your own faults when writing a book on ethics!
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