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Product NameThe Elements Of Moral Philosophy
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AuthorJames Rachels, Stuart Rachels
Page Count210
BindingPaperback
Published04/24/2006
Long DescriptionFirmly established as the standard text for undergraduate courses in ethics, this concise, lively book combines clear explanations of the main theories of ethics with discussions of interesting examples. Topics covered include famine relief, euthanasia, homosexuality, and the treatment of animals. The text's versatility allows it to be widely used not only in ethical theory courses, but also in applied ethics courses of all kinds. .
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