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Synopsis: The nature of what makes something right or wrong may not change, but the things that confront us and that are right or wrong change with the lay of the land. New ethical issues emerge from changes in the social and political landscape and from the development of new technologies. This volume has its origins in the conference "Morality in the 21st Century" that was held in 2001 under the joint sponsorship of the American Philosophical Association and the University of Delaware. The conference involved members of the academic community, government, industry, health care workers, doctors, lawyers, and the public in serious discussions of matters that transcend purely academic boundaries. The articles in this collection attempt to offer at least the outlines of solutions to several crucial ethical problems and are written for the non-specialized reader.
Title: Ethical Issues for the Twenty-First Century ...
Publisher: Philosophy Documentation Center
Publication Date: 2005
Book Condition: Very Good
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