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This book is intended to orient students toward the methods and problems of philosophy by way of ethics. Implicit in the choice and arrangement of materials is the assumption that ethics is a philosophical discipline, whose subject-matter, while significant for the practical affairs of daily life on the one hand, is dialectically interconnected with the more abstruse problems of metaphysics. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wheelwright, Philip Ellis, Critical introduction to ethics. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran, . OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Evolution of morals. Moral ideas of primitive man ; Development of ethics in the great religions --Critique of ethical ings of philosophical criticism ; Egoism and anti-egoism ; The pursuit of happiness ; The intuition of duty ; The requirements of self-realization ; Are ethical terms definable? Get this from a library! A critical introduction to ethics,. [Philip Wheelwright] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ;.
International Ethics: A Critical Introduction provides an engaging and accessible introduction to these foundational questions. In a cogent and carefully argued analysis, Richard Shapcott critically examines the theories of cosmopolitanism, communitarianism, realism and pluralism and scrutinises their approaches to the various obligations which. Introduction to Ethics In the world today, “we are in the throes of a giant ethical leap that is essen- sensitivities are critical to ethical practice, and as Hope () proposed, “we need In this book, some effort has been made to distinguish the words ethics and morals based on their lit-eral meanings; however, because of common. Introduction to Ethical Studies An Open Source Reader Lee Archie John G. Archie. Overall, this book is a satisfactory introduction to ethics, but not a perfect one. Blackburn could do a better job at defining terms better, and being more objective by keeping his own opinion out of it. But, since there is no such thing as a perfect introduction, this one is more than s:
A Critical Introduction to the Ethics of Abortion addresses some of the most prominent and influential arguments to the abortion debate. These include the Being a Person verses Functioning as a Person Argument, women's rights vis-à-vis the rights of the foetus, personhood as an essentially contested concept, and a virtue ethics approach.5/5(1). Philosophical ethics is the critical examination of these and other concepts central to how we evaluate our own and each others’ behavior and choices. This text examines some of the main threads of discussion on these topics that have developed over the last couple of . Students will find this book to be a very helpful guide to how philosophical inquiry is undertaken as well as to what the major theories in ethics hold. Reviews ‘This is a beautifully and elegantly written introduction to the fundamental questions of ethics. Distinguished by its readability and scope, Moral Reasons analyzes issues in moral and political philosophy with careful attention to the role of argumentation in the study of ethics. After a comprehensive overview of moral reasoning--including dozens of examples and exercises--Charles K. Fink guides readers through the theories and arguments of philosophers from Plato to Peter Singer.