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Morality and Moral Controversies: Readings in Moral, Social and Political Philosophy (8th Edition)
by:Steven Scalet, John Arthur
The dynamic duo of Steven Scalet and John Arthur team up to bring college and university students a thorough introductory ethics resource in their textbook Morality and Moral Controversies: Readings in Moral, Social and Political Philosophy (8th Edition), ISBN 9780136031376. Directed at courses in Ethics, Applied Ethics, Social and Political Ethics, and...
The dynamic duo of Steven Scalet and John Arthur team up to bring college and university students a thorough introductory ethics resource in their textbook Morality and Moral Controversies: Readings in Moral, Social and Political Philosophy (8th Edition), ISBN 9780136031376. Directed at courses in Ethics, Applied Ethics, Social and Political Ethics, and Ethics and Moral Issues, this text bring users an all-inclusive anthology of traditional and modern selections on moral theory as well as the current applied ethics issues with a focus on international concerns. Selections are taken from the most renowned philosophers, modern theorists, journalists, as well as Supreme Court justices. Essays are arranged by topic and accompanied by helpful features including summary introductions as well as study questions. Steven Scalet and John Arthur incorporate 16 chapters in their text Morality and Moral Controversies: Readings in Moral, Social and Political Philosophy (8th Edition) which run the gamut of issues and concepts discussed. Chapter1 begins this text with a look at 'Classical Theories of Morality' followed by chapter 2 devoted to 'Contemporary Perspectives.' Chapter 3 provides discussion and selections under the umbrella of 'The Sources and Grounds of Morality' with chapter 4 examining 'Violence, Terrorism, and War.' 'Capital Punishment' is the focus of chapter 5 while 'Animals and the Natural Environment' comprise the pages of chapter 6 and 'Abortion' is tackled in chapter 7. The issues of 'Euthanasia and Eugenics' are investigated in chapter 8 followed by chapter 9 discussing 'Justice and Economic Distribution' and chapter 10 presenting 'Civil Disobedience and the Rule of Law.' 'Liberty and Freedom' are discussed in chapter 11 with 'Free Speech' the focus of chapter 12 and 'Equality and Difference' examined in chapter 13. Chapter 14 investigates 'Affirmative Action and Reparations' while chapter 15 delves into 'Love, Sex, and Friendship.' The concluding pages of this book are comprised in chapter 16 with a look at 'Marriage and the Family.'
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