This short introduction to the discipline of Ethics in its practical and professional applications teaches, in simplest form, the discipline's vocabulary and forms of reasoning. It includes illustrative cases, clear explanations of philosophical terminology, and presents decision procedures appropriate to a hierarchy of cases. It is meant to be a foundation for elementary work in Ethics.aHow do we make ethical decisions, decisions that will stand up to challenges? ... You have stayed about an hour longer than you intended to at a very pleasant party with your old college friends. ... Car parked in just the wrong place. ... Watching you propping yourself up against your SUV, theya#39;ll insist on the inconvenience of a breathalyzer test. ... The standard ethicista#39;s injunction, aDo the right thing, a may entail a terrible cost, and it is the agent, not the ethicist, who has to absorb it.
|Title||:||Ethical Decision Making: Introduction to Cases and Concepts in Ethics|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2014-07-08|