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Ethics for Everyone: How to Increase Your Moral Intelligence

Sprache: Englisch.
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Ethics for Everyone Is it always wrong to lie? Is it always right to try to help another person? Are you bound to keep every promise you make? In Ethics for Everyone: How to Increase Your Moral Intelligence, youll find out how well you make moral cho... weiterlesen
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Titel: Ethics for Everyone: How to Increase Your Moral Intelligence
Autor/en: Arthur Dobrin

ISBN: 0471435953
EAN: 9780471435952
Sprache: Englisch.
JOHN WILEY & SONS INC

März 2002 - kartoniert - 266 Seiten

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Ethics for Everyone Is it always wrong to lie? Is it always right to try to help another person? Are you bound to keep every promise you make? In Ethics for Everyone: How to Increase Your Moral Intelligence, youll find out how well you make moral choices and learn how to increase your ability to understand and analyze ethical dilemmas. This sensible, practical guide provides thoughtful-and sometimes surprising-answers to tough real-world questions. Youll sort through dozens of tricky ethical issues with the help of: Twenty-one dramatic true stories showing real-life ethics in action-and you are asked to make ethical choices A personal ethics quiz to determine your own ethical potential Harm and benefits assessments of various courses of action Expert opinions from spiritual leaders, counselors, attorneys, psychologists, and other experts

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Introduction. PART ONE: ETHICS MATTERS. 1 Everyday Ethics. 2 The Basics. 3 A Little Theory. 4 Ethical Judgments. 5 Finding a Way to Decide. PART TWO: YOUR MORAL INTELLIGENCE. 6 Improving Your Moral IQ. PART THREE: ETHICS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS: BEING ETHICAL TO THOSE CLOSEST TO ME. 7 Should I Always Keep a Confidence? 8 Should I Stop Someone from Hurting Himself? 9 What Does Personal Loyalty Require of Me? 10 Is It Right for Me to Use Someone to Make My Point? 11 Is Life Always Worth Living? 12 Do I Reveal a Secret If I Think It Helps? 13 Is It Moral for Me to Help Someone Commit Suicide? 14 Does My Child Have the Right to Privacy? 15 Should I Compete against Friends? 16 What Do I Owe an Elderly Parent? 17 How Do I Know What Is Fair? PART FOUR: ETHICS IN THE WORLD. 18 How Long Must I Keep a Promise? 19 Can the Ends Justify the Means I Use? 20 Is It Ever Right for Me to Discriminate? 21 Is It Moral for Me to Take Advantage of a Technicality? 22 Should My Personal Values Stay at Home? 23 What Should I Do with Money I Find? 24 Should I Be Free to Choose All My Associations? 25 Does It Matter What I Buy? 26 Do I Confront People about Their Habitsor What They Wear? 27 How Responsible Should I Be? Afterword. Selected Bibliography. The Interviewees. Index.

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ARTHUR DOBRIN, D.S.W., is the Leader Emeritus of the Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island. He is Professor of Humanities at Hofstra University, where he teaches courses in comparative religious ethics, personal ethics, and moral development. He has appeared as a guest on CNN and has been featured in Time magazine.

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"This compelling volume...hits responsive chords with the ethically questing... The budget cover price and a user-friendly format make this an ideal choice for any ethics-oriented reading group." (Publishers Weekly, February 18, 2002)
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