Ethics Discovering Right and Wrong

ISBN-10: 1111298173

ISBN-13: 9781111298173

Edition: 7th 2012

Authors: Louis P. Pojman, James Fieser

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List price: $88.95
Edition: 7th
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 1/25/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 6.25" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.122
Language: English

Louis P. Pojman (1935-2005) was Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, at the United States Military Academy and a Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge University. He received an M.A. and Ph.D. from Union Theological Seminary/Columbia University. He was a Fulbright Fellow at the University of Copenhagen and a Rockefeller Fellow at Hamburg University. He received his D.Phil. in Philosophy from Oxford University in 1997.His first position was at the University of Notre Dame, after which he taught at the University of Texas at Dallas. Later, at the University of Mississippi, he served for three years as Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion. In 1995, he became Professor of Philosophy at the United States Military Academy at West Point. He most recently was Visiting Professor at Brigham Young University in Utah and Visiting Fellow at Clare Hall, Oxford University. Pojman won several research and teaching awards, including the Burlington Northern Award for Outstanding Teaching and Scholarship (1988) and the Outstanding Scholar/Teacher in the Humanities at the University of Mississippi (1994). He wrote in the areas of philosophy of religion, epistemology, ethics, and political philosophy and authored or edited more than 30 books and 100 articles. Pojman passed away in 2005.

James Fieser is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Tennessee at Martin. He received his B.A. from Berea College and his M.A. and Ph.D. in philosophy from Purdue University. He is author, co-author, or editor of ten textbooks, including SOCRATES TO SARTRE AND BEYOND (9/e 2011), ETHICAL THEORY: CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY READINGS (6/e 2010), A HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (2003), and MORAL PHILOSOPHY THROUGH THE AGES (2001). He has edited and annotated the ten-volume EARLY RESPONSES TO HUME (2/e 2005) and the five-volume SCOTTISH COMMON SENSE PHILOSOPHY (2000). He is founder and general editor of the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy website (http://www.iep.utm.edu).

Preface
What Is Ethics?
Ethics and Its Subdivisions
Morality as Compared with Other Normative Subjects
Traits of Moral Principles
Domains of Ethical Assessment
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Ethical Relativism
Subjective Ethical Relativism
Conventional Ethical Relativism
Criticisms of Conventional Ethical Relativism
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Moral Objectivism
Aquinas's Objectivism and Absolutism
Moderate Objectivism
Ethical Situationalism
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Value and the Quest for the Good
Intrinsic and Instrumental Value
The Value of Pleasure
Are Values Objective or Subjective?
The Relation of Value to Morality
The Good Life
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Social Contract Theory and the Motive to Be Moral
Why Does Society Need Moral Rules?
Why Should I Be Moral?
Morality, Self-Interest, and Game Theory
The Motive to Always Be Moral
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Egoism, Self-Interest, and Altruism
Psychological Egoism
Ethical Egoism
Arguments against Ethical Egoism
Evolution and Altruism
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Utilitarianism
Classic Utilitarianism
Act- and Rule-Utilitarianism
Criticism of Utilitarianism
Criticism of the Ends Justifying Immoral Means
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Kant and Deontological Theories
Kant's Influences
The Categorical Imperative
Counterexamples to the Principle of the Law of Nature
Other Formulations of the Categorical Imperative
The Problem of Exceptionless Rules
The Problem of Posterity
Conclusion: A Reconciliation Project
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Virtue Theory
The Nature of Virtue Ethics
Criticisms of Action-Based Ethics
Connections between Virtue-Based and Action-Based Ethics
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Gender and Ethics
Classic Views
Female Care Ethics
Four Options Regarding Gender and Ethics
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Religion and Ethics
Does Morality Depend on Religion?
Is Religion Irrelevant or Even Contrary to Morality?
Does Religion Enhance the Moral Life?
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
The Fact-Value Problem
Hume and Moore: The Problem Classically Stated
Ayer and Emotivism
Hare and Prescriptivism
Naturalism and the Fact-Value Problem
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Moral Realism and the Challenge of Skepticism
Mackie's Moral Skepticism
Harman's Moral Nihilism
A Defense of Moral Realism
Conclusion
For Further Reflection
For Further Reading
Appendix
Glossary
Index
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