The classic ethics text written by one of contemporary philosophy’s most skilled, ardent teachers, Louis P. Pojman, now revised by best-selling author and Cengage Advantage Books: Ethics: Discovering Right and Wrong, 6th Edition. How do you know right from wrong? ETHICS: DISCOVERING RIGHT AND WRONG shows you how history’s greatest thinkers have understood ethics and gives. Ethics Discovering Right and Wrong. Louis P. Pojman. () Universal Moral Values for Corporate Codes of S. Schwartz – – Journal of.
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What I particularly enjoy about this book is that the at the end of each chapter you get a chance to reflect on what you’ve read or study with the “For Further Reflection” section as well as a “Suggestions for further reading” section. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Pojman Oxford University Oojman.
Lori Chatwin rated it it was amazing Jan 29, It would be interesting to discuss the merits of Pojman’s arguments here, and the rest of the positions and arguments in the qnd, which are subject, each and every one, to intense debate in the relevant ethical pjman, but that’s not my purpose in writing this review – nor do I have the time to explore these avenues!
I tried reading it to my kids and they hated it.
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Moral Relativism in Context. This naturalism adds a teleological aspect to his morality – to which an argument can be given fits best within a theistic worldview think Plantinga and proper function epistemology. But, that’s my inference, not Pojman’s. This revision also presents an even broader presentation of various positions, featuring more feminist and multicultural perspectives as well.
Preview — Ethics by Louis P. Pojman actually aims to present a neutral ethic.
Ethics: Discovering Right and Wrong
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. Brian Dichter rated it really liked it May 13, Paperbackpages. Wadsworth- Ethics – pages.
Having heaped such laudatory comments, I’ll end with a slight critique. English Choose a language for shopping. Discovering Right and Wrong Louis P.
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Sign in Create an account. I read this one, however, because a friend recommended it as a better than average book on the philosophy of ethics. No wrohg available Amazon.
People with higher IQ would be able to understand it, no doubt. The differences in titles reflect the differences in opinion among the two authors: Herstein – – Law and Philosophy 31 3: Human Resource Systems and Competitive Advantage: Sign in to use this feature. Conrad rated it really liked it Jan 19, Discovering Right and Ethics.discoveding by Louis P.
Then again it is an introductory text and this is just another point of discussion. He received his D. Finally, his book is comprehensive; it includes wrpng discussion of egoism, self-interest, and altuism; the question, “Why should I be moral?
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This was a book i needed for class and when it arrived it was clean with no writing in the book. Pojman’s book title is an intentional play on the irght of ethicist J.
Pojman says that his position is naturalistic, he says that what makes his position “naturalistic,” is that “moral properties supervene on natural ones. Everett – – Journal of Business Ethics 76 3: He received an M.