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This unique introduction shows students how to do philosophy by first analyzing texts--identifying ethical positions and the arguments that support them--and then evaluating the truth of those positions and the soundness of the arguments. In doing so, it provides students with a uniquely engaging introduction to ethics that also hones their critical thinking skills. About the Author Justin P. Peter J. Preface UNIT 1. Introductions Chapter 2.
The Method of Philosophy 2. Reading Philosophy 4. Writing Philosophy 5. Moral Facts Readings 6. Morality and Authority Readings 7. Moral Responsibility Readings 8. Ayer 8.
Why Be Moral? Readings 9. Value and The Good Life Readings Consequentialism Readings Brandt Nonconsequentialism Readings Thomas Aquinas Ross Virtue and Care Ethics Readings The Moral Community Readings Abortion Readings The Environment and Sustainability Readings Hill, Jr. Milbrath Chapter Famine Relief Readings Terrorism Readings McPherson Torture Readings Hill Chapter Euthanasia Readings Sullivan Becker Chapter Capital Punishment Readings Morality and the Law Readings Mill Longino Show More.
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