Ethics. Discovering Right and Wrong. Third Edition. LOUIS P. POJMAN. UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY. Wadsworth Publishing Company. I T P® An. How do you know right from wrong? ETHICS: DISCOVERING RIGHT AND WRONG shows you how history’s greatest thinkers have understood ethics and gives. Discovering Right and Wrong has 7 ratings and 2 reviews. Carrie said: Sooooo, obviously I had to read this book for my college Ethic’s class but I swear.
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Vice and Virtue in Everyday Life: Pojman passed away in Needless to say, I think this book the best introduction to the subject that I have encountered. Read reviews that mention business law right and wrong egoism self-interest discovering right philosophy paper ethical theory write a philosophy fact-value problem social contract altruism utilitarianism challenge of skepticism kant and deontological realism and the challenge self-interest altruism utilitarianism kant value and the quest suggestions for further reading read and write objectivism value deontological theories.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Annas – – Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 4 2: Anders Bostrom rated it it was amazing Sep 13, Refresh and try again. This entry has no external links. The major issues in contemporary moral theory, including discussion of classical as well as contemporary renditions of ethical problems are covered in-depth by questioning popular assumptions. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
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People with higher IQ would be able to understand it, no doubt. Want to Read saving….
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Thanks xiscovering telling us about the problem. Despite Pojman’s rejection of relativism, though, he does an admirable job of presenting both sides fairly.
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Duska – – Business Ethics Quarterly 1 4: Pojman offers what he calls an “ethical naturalism” as a theory that “seems right. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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Aug 30, Maryam rated it liked it. Desires, Right and Wrong: Pojman does not define what he means here. Discovering Right and Wrong. Which, I skipped, naturally. Sep 17, Rargen rated it liked it. Want to Read saving…. Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy. Derrida, Alice, and Animals. Customers who bought this item also bought.
Ethics: Discovering Right and Wrong by Louis P. Pojman
Dec 09, Daniel rated it it was amazing. Throughout the text, the author instructs readers to think out solutions to problems by illustrating and presenting both or disovering sides of a theory and stresses the application of ethical theory as a necessity.
Later, at the University of Mississippi, he served for three years as Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion. To ask other readers questions about Discovering Right and Wrongplease sign up. I Loved this book and have found it extremely useful.
Sally Bibb – – Wiley. An Introductory Reader in Ethics and Literature. This book is easy to read and informative, but I can’t say it was totally necessary as a required text for a philosophy class.
Ethics: Discovering Right and Wrong
He received his D. All the theories were thoroughly explained and illustrated with a lot of relatable and interesting examples from history, literature and everyday life.
He received an M. Katelyn Shaver rated it really liked it May 29, Mortimer Jerome Adler – – Axios Press.
He claims that all he is saying by calling himself a naturalist is that he is taking a functional approach to ethics, but he is not advancing metaphysical naturalism. He also writes in a clear and conversational way, making this introductory text accessible to everyone. Moral Relativism in Context. Not only for the information conveyed to the reader, but for the high potential it has to spark numerous personal both inter- and intra-or classroom, discussion.
But again, it is an introduction, so Disovering guess I wouldn’t say I offered a critiquebut just made a point of technicality that Pojman is not altogether clear about.
It leaves a lot of room for additional readings or other assignments to assign as well.