The Elements of Moral Philosophy | Edition: 7
Author: James Rachels, Stuart Rachels
publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
publisher Date: 12/06/2011
Schools: Temple University，University of South Carolina，George Mason University，Washington State University，Loyola University Maryland，University of Maryland College Park，University of Michigan -Flint，Wayne State University，University of Tennessee at Chattanooga，Minnersota State University at Mankato，Buffalo State College(SUNY)，Pace University-New York City，Florida International University -BBC，University of Michigan -Dearborn，University at Albany (SUNY)，Georgia Institute of Techology，Louislana State University，University of New Hampshire，Penn State University，Clemson University，Tulane University，Boston University，University of Rochester，Drexel University，Southern Methodist University，University of Colorado at Boulder，University of North Carolina at Charlotte，University of North Carolina at Greensboro，New Mexico State University，University of Central Arkansas
Description: Here is a clear,lively introduction to the major philosophical theories of morality,explaining why each theory has been accepted by some thinkers but rejected by others. To illustrate the various theories,and to reveal their implications,important current issues such as abortion,euthanasia,the treatment of nonhuman animals,racial discrimination,and nuclear weapons are discussed in depth.