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Ethics Matters by Peter Vardy
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Ethics Matters

by Peter Vardy

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Peter Vardy is one of the leading moral educators in the UK. His books are on many reading lists for Sixth Formers and undergraduates. The Puzzle books aim to make topics in Religious Studies, Philosophy and Ethics accessible to the schools, undergraduate and general markets. The Puzzle books are simply structured and clearly written and reflect students needs with regard to exam specifications. Part I of The Puzzle of Moral Philosophy provides a comprehensive introduction to ethical theory and some of its key thinkers such as Plato, Kant, Bentham and Mill. Part II introduces a number of topics frequently studied on A level and undergraduate syllabuses including human relationships, law and justice and the ethics of death and dying.

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