Louis P. Pojman (Wadsworth Publishing Company: October, 1997)
Table of Contents
1. What is Ethics?
2. Ethical Relativism versus Ethical Objectivism.
Ethical Egotism, Altruism, and Evolution.
6. Kantian and Deontological Systems.
7. Virtue-Based Ethical Systems.
8. The Fact/Value Problem: Metaethics in the Twentieth Century.
Moral Realism and the Challenge of Skepticism.
10. Morality and
11. Religion and Ethics.
Glossary of Ethical Terms.
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