Introduction to Ethics Personal and Social Responsibility in a Diverse World
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List price: $148.00
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 1/4/1995
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
I. ETHICAL THEORIES. 1. Alasdair MacIntyre: Tradition and the Virtues. 2. James Rachels: Utilitarianism. 3. Onora O'Neill: Kant's Ethics. 4. Ronald Dworkin: Taking Rights Seriously. 5. John Rawls: A Theory of Justice. 6. Carol Gilligan: In a Different Voice. II. ETHICS OF COMMUNITY. 7. Kwame Gyekye: African Communalism. 8. Martin Luther King, Jr: On Being a Good Neighbor. 9. Bell Hooks and Cornel West: Breaking Bread. 10. Paul Kirp, et. al.: Gender in the Context of Community. 11. Emmanuel Levinas: Useless Suffering. III. ETHICS OF FRIENDSHIP AND LOVE. 12. Henry David Thoreau: Friendship. 13. William Gass: Rilke's Doctrine of Nonpossessive Love. 14. Robert C. Solomon: The Virtue of (Erotic) Love. 15. Nel Noddings: Ethics of Caring. 16. S. Firestone: Love and Women's Oppression . IV. ETHICS OF TRUTH, POWER, AND LYING. 17. Charles Fried: The Evil of Lying. 18. Michel Foucault: Power, Truth, and Right. 19. Vaclav Havel: Living in Truth. 20. Oliver North: Transcripts from the Iran-Contra Affair. 21. Sissela Bok: On Lying for the Public Good. 22. Adrienne Rich: Women and Honor: Some Notes on Lying. V. ETHICS OF WAR, VIOLENCE, AND PEACE. 23. William V. O'Brien: Just War Theory. 24. Cheyney C. Ryan: Pacifism and Self-Defense. 25. Hannah Arendt: Violence and Power. 26. Sissela Bok: Kant on Peace. 27. Mohanda K. Gandhi: On Satyagraha. VI. ETHICS OF HUNGER AND WELFARE. 28. Jesus of Nazareth: The Kingdom of God. 29. Peter Singer: Famine, Affluence, and Morality. 30. Garrett Hardin: Living on a Lifeboat. 31. Peter Marin: Helping and Hating the Homeless. 32. Margaret B. Wilkerson and Jewell Handy Gresham: The Racialization of Poverty. VII. ETHICS OF RACE AND POWER. 33. Cornel West: Race Matters. 34. Shelby Steele: I'm Black, You're White, Who's Innocent? 35. Richard Wasserstrom: Racism and Sexism. 36. Elizabeth V. Spelman: The Erasure of Black Women. 37. Lisa Newton: Reverse Discrimination as Unjustified. 38. Cornel West: Beyond Affirmative Action. VIII. ETHICS OF SEX AND POWER. 39. The Vatican: Declaration on Sexual Ethics. 40. Sandra Bartky: Foucault, Femininity, and the Modernization of Patriarchal Power. 41. Christina Sommers: Philosophers Against the Family. 42. John Stoltenberg: Rapist Ethics. 43. Catherine MacKinnon: Sex and Violence,. IX. ETHICS OF ABORTION. 44. The Supreme Court: Exerpts from Roe vs. Wade. 45