Ethics in Practice: An Anthology

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Hugh LaFollette
John Wiley & Sons, 02.01.2014 - 752 Seiten
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The fourth edition of Ethics in Practice offers an impressive collection of 70 new, revised, and classic essays covering 13 key ethical issues. Essays integrate ethical theory and the discussion of practical moral problems into a text that is ideal for introductory and applied ethics courses.

  • A fully updated and revised edition of this authoritative anthology of classic and contemporary essays covering a wide range of ethical and moral issues
  • Integrates ethical theory with discussions of practical moral problems, and includes three essays on theory written specifically for this volume
  • Nearly half of the essays are written or revised exclusively for this anthology, which now also features eleven essays new to this edition, as well as expanded sections discussing theory, reproductive technologies, war and terrorism, and animals
  • Content allows teachers to discuss discrete practical issues (e.g., euthanasia), focus on the broader grouping of topics (e.g., life and death), or focus on common themes which bridge sections (sexism, moral standing, individualism and community)
  • Section introductions not only outline the basic issues discussed in the essays, but relate them to theoretical perspectives and practical issues discussed elsewhere in the book.
  • Guides students with supporting introductory essays on reading philosophy, theorizing about ethics, writing a philosophy paper, and a supporting web site at www.hughlafollette.com/eip4/
 

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Notes
Sticks
Speech Codesand Expressive Harm Introduction
Sexual and Racial Discrimination
Racism What is Racism?
Servility and SelfRespect
Sexual Harassment

Virtue Theory
Euthanasia
Potential Harmsof Allowing Voluntary andNon
Justifying PhysicianAssisted Deaths
Against the RighttoDie I
Dying
References
Dichotomies
Abortion
11
An Argument that Abortion is Wrong
The FutureLike
Conclusion
Intimacy Pregnancyand
Animals
The Case for the Use of Animals in Biomedical
Why CohenisMistaken Benefits ofAnimal Experimentation
Notes
Moral Standing theValue of Lives and Speciesism
Morality Parents and Children
Missing Staircases andtheMarriage
What
Biomedical Technologies
Is Womens Labora Commodity?
Goodbye Dolly? The Ethics of Human Cloning
Genetic Identity
Why We Should Ban
Ban the Cloning of Humans
References
On Improving People by Political Means
Against the LegalizationofDrugs
Why We Should Decriminalize Drug
The Liberal Basis ofthe RighttoBearArms
Gun Control
Free Speech
Date Rape
Collective Responsibility for Rape
Affirmative Action
The Caseagainst Affirmative Action
The Rights of Allan Bakke
Punishment
On the Psychology of Excuses in
Does Punishment Work?
In Defenseofthe DeathPenalty The Retributivist Argument
Conclusion
Economic Justice
Further Reading
A Theoryof Justice
The Entitlement Theory of Justice
Displacing the Distributive Paradigm
Defining Injusticeas Domination and Oppression
VII
World Hunger
Moral
Brief fora Global
Feeding People versus Saving Nature
Environment
The Case for Animal Rights
A Place for CostBenefit Analysis
Ideals
Climate Change
Against theDeath Penalty
Moral Corruption Acknowledgments
War Terrorism and Reconciliation
Is the War on Terrorism a Defense of Civilization?
Just War Doctrineand the Military Response
The QuestionableEthics
Reclaiming the Moral Presumption
Political Reconciliation Conceptions of Political Reconciliation
Urheberrecht

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Über den Autor (2014)

Hugh LaFollette is Marie E. and Leslie Cole Professor in Ethics at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. He is editor-in-chief of The International Encyclopedia of Ethics (2013, Wiley-Blackwell), author of three books, including The Practice of Ethics (2007) and editor of six more, in ethics. Most of his published essays have been in ethics, political philosophy, and the philosophy of law.

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