Analyzing Moral Issues, 7th Edition
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In Analyzing Moral Issues, the author continues to combine a moral-issues approach to teaching ethics with a solid foundation in moral theory and reasoning. The 7th edition has been updated with new readings and cases pertinent to the issues of today, including income inequality, racism, freedom of speech, and drug and alcohol use. AMI anchors students' understanding of ethics in a broad perspective of traditions, including virtue ethics (Aristotelian and Confucian, Buddhist and feminist care ethics), deontology, utilitarianism, and Rawlsian ethics. Using primary source material and cases to illustrate these traditions gives students the opportunity to practice making real-life moral decisions.
CHAPTER 1: Moral Theory
CHAPTER 2: Abortion
CHAPTER 3: Euthanasia
CHAPTER 4: The Death Penalty
CHAPTER 5: Drug and Alcohol Use
CHAPTER 6: Feminism, Motherhood, and the Workplace
CHAPTER 7: Freedom of Speech
CHAPTER 8: Racism, Economic Equality, and Global Justice
CHAPTER 9: War, Weapons, and Terrorism
CHAPTER 10: Animal Rights and Environmental Ethics
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