Would You Eat Your Cat? Key Ethical Conundrums and What They Tell You about Yourself

ISBN-10: 0393339424
ISBN-13: 9780393339420
Edition: 2012
Authors: Jeremy Stangroom
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Book details

List price: $15.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/19/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 144
Size: 5.50" wide x 7.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

Introduction
Ethical Impasses
Moral conundrums that Lave perplexed some of the greatest philosophical minds
Would You Eat Your Gat?
Is It Always OK to Look at Your Own Photos?
Is It Better to Be a Sexist Than a Misanthrope?
Are We Morally Obliged to End the World?
Are We Really Sorry That Hitler Existed?
Should We Sacrifice One to Save Five?
Rights and Responsibilities
How free should we be to behave as we wish?
Should Climbing Mountains Be Banned?
Should We Have Sex When Drunk?
Can I Bring Poison Onto a Bus?
Whose Body Is It Anyway?
Is It Wrong to Commit Suicide?
Crime and Punishment
Thought experiments to illuminate issues of personal responsibility, culpability, and punishment
Should We Spare the Guilty?
Should We Punish the Innocent?
Are You Morally Culpable or Just Unlucky?
Is It Wrong for Evil People to Defend Themselves?
Is It Sometimes Right to Torture?
Can Worse Ever Be Judged Morally Better?
Was It Always Going to Happen?
Society and Politics
Howls moral reasoning affected by the fact that we live in a world of nation states and fellow citizens?
Are You a Closet Imperialist?
Should We Discriminate in Favor of the Ugly?
Are We All Brainwashed?
Is Homosexuality Wrong Because It Is Unnatural?
Should Pornography Be Banned?
Are You Morally Responsible for Climate Change?
Is It Always Right to Resist Great Evil?
Responses
Discover the philosophical background to each conundrum and what your responses say about you
Further Reading and Index

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