Both scholarly and practical, Ethics For Life, 7e provides a clear, well-organized overview of theoretical ethics. With a contemporary tone and framework, it aims to significantly improve students' ability to make real-life moral decisions. Multicultural coverage and attention to college students' moral development help readers relate the material to their own experience and their own moral growth.
Ethics For Life, 7e
CHAPTER 1: Ethics: An Overview
CHAPTER 2: Moral Reasoning
CHAPTER 3: Conscience and Moral Development
CHAPTER 4: Ethical Subjectivism: Morality Is Just a Matter of Personal Feeling
CHAPTER 5: Divine Command Theory and Civil Religion
CHAPTER 6: Cultural Relativism: Is Morality Dependent on Culture?
CHAPTER 7: Ethical Egoism: Morality Is Acting in Our Best Self-Interest
CHAPTER 8: Utilitarianism: The Greatest Happiness Principle
CHAPTER 9: Natural Law Theory: Morality is Part of Rational Nature
CHAPTER 10: Deontology: The Ethics of Duty
CHAPTER 11: Rights Ethics
CHAPTER 12: Virtue Ethics and the Good Life
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