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Ethics for Everyone How to Increase Your Moral Intelligence

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ISBN-10: 0471435953

ISBN-13: 9780471435952

Edition: 2002

Authors: Arthur Dobrin

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How to evaluate-and increase-your ethical potential From the Dalai Lama's bestseller on ethics to the New York Times Magazine's weekly column on modern-day ethical dilemmas, ethical behavior is of growing concern to many people. In a world of few absolutes and many complications, how do you separate right from wrong in the ethical gray zone of daily life? Now Arthur Dobrin demystifies the subject. Through dramatic case stories as well as practical advice, he shows readers how to evaluate their own ethical potential, providing guidelines for making the right decision in almost any everyday situation. For everyone who deals with difficult ethical issues in the course of their day-business…    
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Book details

List price: $15.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Canada, Limited
Publication date: 3/1/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

Ethics Matters
Everyday Ethics
The Basics
A Little Theory
Ethical Judgments
Finding a Way to Decide
Your Moral Intelligence
Improving Your Moral IQ
Ethics with Family and Friends: Being Ethical to Those Closest to Me
Should I Always Keep a Confidence?
Should I Stop Someone from Hurting Himself?
What Does Personal Loyalty Require of Me?
Is It Right for Me to Use Someone to Make My Point?
Is Life Always Worth Living?
Do I Reveal a Secret If I Think It Helps?
Is It Moral for Me to Help Someone Commit Suicide?
Does My Child Have the Right to Privacy?
Should I Compete against Friends?
What Do I Owe an Elderly Parent?
How Do I Know What Is Fair?
Ethics in the World
How Long Must I Keep a Promise?
Can the Ends Justify the Means I Use?
Is It Ever Right for Me to Discriminate?
Is It Moral for Me to Take Advantage of a Technicality?
Should My Personal Values Stay at Home?
What Should I Do with Money I Find?
Should I Be Free to Choose All My Associations?
Does It Matter What I Buy?
Do I Confront People about Their Habits or What They Wear?
How Responsible Should I Be?
Selected Bibliography
The Interviewees