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eBook Doing Ethics: Moral Reasoning and Contemporary Issues (Second Edition) ePub

by Lewis Vaughn

  • ISBN: 0393934284
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Lewis Vaughn
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company; Second edition (December 22, 2009)
  • Pages: 856
  • ePub book: 1546 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1715 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 576

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Lewis Vaughn is an independent scholar and freelance writer living in Amherst, New York.

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Doing ethics : moral reasoning and contemporary issues, Lewis Vaughn. 3rd ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Third, if there is such a thing as intellectual moral growth, you are unlikely to hm W0 not do ethics is to stay locked in a kind of intellectual limbo, where exploration in ethics and personal moral progress are barely possible.

Doing Ethics is really three books in one: a clear and comprehensible introduction to ethical theory, a practical guide for applying critical thinking skills to contemporary moral issues, and an anthology of readings in applied ethics. Substantial pedagogy reinforces core concepts and spurs students’ own thinking throughout.

It introduces the Potter Box, with its four dimensions of moral analysis, to provide a framework for exploring the steps in moral reasoning and .

It introduces the Potter Box, with its four dimensions of moral analysis, to provide a framework for exploring the steps in moral reasoning and analyzing the cases.

Used at over 130 schools in its first edition, Doing Ethics now offers more topics and more readings, the clearest, most helpful introductions and pedagogy, and the lowest price among applied ethics texts/readers.

Doing Ethics is really three books in one: a clear and comprehensible introduction to ethical theory, a practical guide for applying critical thinking skills to contemporary moral issues, and an anthology of readings in applied ethics. Substantial pedagogy reinforces core concepts and spurs students’ own thinking throughout. The Second Edition includes 38 new readings and 2 new topics, but the price has remained the same as the First Edition, making Doing Ethics the best value by far, for students.

Comments

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I absolutely LOATHE this book and it's not just because I HAVE to read it for class. I am a very good student who does all their work on time and actually reads the chapters, but this class I am slacking. Why? Because this book is SO poorly written. (SO glad I only rented it). I would honestly be better off googling all the subjects we go over in this class. The sentences are long run-on sentences with poor grammar and confusing groups of words. It also repeats what it previously went over multiple times - waste of time! Cannot say enough bad things about this book. I literally can not learn from it.
Inabel Inabel
This is the most ridiculous textbook that I ever got a chance to read. They are debating on common sense issues with such a "smart face' as if there was some sort of revelation. You could pretty much some up the whole book in one page. I feel bad wasting so much time reading this book for school but I have no choice. I have to take the class...
Agalen Agalen
To say this book lacks a modern take on ethics is an understatement. Ethics may all be based in theory, but ignores the human element that emotion will always play a part. Instead referring to those who look at the world with their heads and their hearts as subscribing to Emotivism. Which is a fancy way of calling you a Granola Flicking Tree Hugger who believes that nothing is that cut and dry. Not a fan.
Gavidor Gavidor
When it came the package was so thin I thought it was other book I ordered, the book has around 192 pages... I have not even started reading it but I'll definitely return it and rent the 4th edition, which is 720 pages. So those extra bucks will be worth it for my class.
Precious Precious
I had this book for a philosophy class, and the book I received in the mail was just like new. The book is packed with primary source material and comprehensive introductions to each topic. Very engaging & interesting!
Zahisan Zahisan
Good book for ethics class.
Rias Rias
This is not the complete text book. The "Custom" version is much like an abridged version. In fact the difference between this and the full book is almost 200 pages.
A better title would have been "The Strawman Chronicles: Why Values I'm Comfortable With Are Right!". There's not much to say. This book's conception of moral theory might convince you the author wrote it after reading a single wikipedia article.

Do yourself a favor and skip Vaughn.