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James Rachels' The Right Thing To Do: Basic Readings in Moral Philosophy, ISBN 9780073407401 is a powerful companion tool for Rachels' text The Elements of Moral Philosophy. Comprised of an assortment of passages staunched in moral theory and issues from popular Western philosophers this fifth edition includes new essays devoted to such moral issues as...
James Rachels' The Right Thing To Do: Basic Readings in Moral Philosophy, ISBN 9780073407401 is a powerful companion tool for Rachels' text The Elements of Moral Philosophy. Comprised of an assortment of passages staunched in moral theory and issues from popular Western philosophers this fifth edition includes new essays devoted to such moral issues as prostitution, monogamy, date rape, terrorism, torture, genetic engineering, and the atomic bombings of Japan. This text can act as a 'stand alone' resource to be used solely to teach moral philosophy or it can serve as a supplementary resource coupled with any preparatory level text. Rachel divides the most essential moral issues among 31 chapters in The Right Thing To Do: Basic Readings in Moral Philosophy. Carefully selected written works by quintessential philosophers included within these pages include those of Aristotle, David Hume, John Stuart Mill, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Don Marquis. The book begins with foundational chapters presenting 'A Short Introduction to Moral Philosophy' followed by 'Some Basic Points about Arguments.' The remainder of the writings are carefully organized into two sections—'Theories about the Nature of Morality' and 'Essays about Moral Issues.' Within section I are writings devoted to such subjects as values, ethics and natural law, virtues, and utilitarianism. Section II includes a host of essays tackling controversial moral issues including abortion, cloning, homosexuality, world poverty, euthanasia, animal rights, environmental preservation, the death penalty, racial discrimination, and more. This latest edition incorporates 11 new chapters to add to its artillery of instructional material and further strengthen the content-rich essence of its pages.
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