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Applying Moral Theories by C.E. Harris, Jr.
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Applying Moral Theories (edition 1992)

by C.E. Harris, Jr.

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Understanding theories is only half the battle in Ethics. A concise and practical text, APPLYING MORAL THEORIES, 4E gets to the root of ethical theories and guides students in analyzing and applying practical cases. This step-by-step process provides students with a clear method for shedding light on the most important aspects of a theory. Students are taught to compare and evaluate moral theories based on the criteria of consistency, justification of moral standard, the extent to which it agrees with moral convictions, and the usefulness of the theory in the resolution of moral conflicts. Unanalyzed cases are included in the appendix for classroom discussion or outside assignments.… (more)
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Title:Applying Moral Theories
Authors:C.E. Harris, Jr.
Info:Wadsworth Pub Co (1992), Edition: 2nd, Paperback, 214 pages
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Understanding theories is only half the battle in Ethics. A concise and practical text, APPLYING MORAL THEORIES, 4E gets to the root of ethical theories and guides students in analyzing and applying practical cases. This step-by-step process provides students with a clear method for shedding light on the most important aspects of a theory. Students are taught to compare and evaluate moral theories based on the criteria of consistency, justification of moral standard, the extent to which it agrees with moral convictions, and the usefulness of the theory in the resolution of moral conflicts. Unanalyzed cases are included in the appendix for classroom discussion or outside assignments.

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