The classic ethics text written by one of contemporary philosophy’s most skilled, ardent teachers, Louis P. Pojman, now revised by best-selling author and Cengage Advantage Books: Ethics: Discovering Right and Wrong, 6th Edition. How do you know right from wrong? ETHICS: DISCOVERING RIGHT AND WRONG shows you how history’s greatest thinkers have understood ethics and gives. Ethics Discovering Right and Wrong. Louis P. Pojman. () Universal Moral Values for Corporate Codes of S. Schwartz – – Journal of.
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I Loved this book and have found it extremely useful. Moral Relativism in Context.
Bump fthics – Ethics and the Environment 19 2: He wrote in the areas of philosophy of religion, epistemology, ethics, and political philosophy and authored or edited more than 30 books and articles.
Monthly downloads Sorry, there are not enough data points to plot this chart. Conrad rated it really liked it Jan 19, Ultimately, Pojman argues correctly, in my opinion for the existence of objective ethics that exists without the necessity of an all powerful creator although he doesn’t exclude the possibility of a creator either. He does give a nod towards the theist, maintaining that perhaps there are morally relevant advantages to theism.
David Benatar – – Journal of Practical Ethics 2 1: Pojman, a professor of philosophy at West Point, takes the reader on a journey through the history of all of the major schools of ethical ppjman. Anders Bostrom rated it it was amazing Sep 13, He received an M.
Tarmo rated it it was ok Apr 12, I gave this book 5 stars because it achieves what it sets out to achieve better than any other book that purports to do the same – provide an introduction to ethics. It’s a textbook, so it’s very textbook-ish. Having heaped such laudatory comments, I’ll end with a slight critique.
Ethics: Discovering Right and Wrong
A European Review 24 2: Ethics was his ehhics he did his Ph. His writing is clear and conversational, and his presentations of the various positions he discusses are fair. May 14, Jocasta Collier rated it it was amazing Shelves: Derek Brent rated it liked it Mar 21, It would be interesting to discuss the merits of Pojman’s arguments here, and the rest of the positions and arguments in the book, which are subject, each and every one, to intense debate in the relevant ethical literature, but that’s not my purpose in writing this review – nor do I have the time to explore these avenues!
John rated it really liked it Jan 18, An Ethical Climate Perspective. He does an excellent job of presenting all of the major opinions on each subject, even when they differ from his own. Discovering Right and Wrong Louis P. Noriaki Iwasa – – Journal of Dharma 35 2: Discovering Right and Wrong by Louis P.
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Sally Bibb – – Wiley. Brad rated it liked it Jan 08, Then again it is an introductory text and this is just another point of discussion. Pojman does not define what he means here.
Pojman actually aims to present a neutral ethic. Return to Book Page. Throughout the text, the author instructs readers to think out solutions to problems by illustrating and presenting both or various sides of a theory and stresses the application of ethical theory as a necessity.
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No trivia discoovering quizzes yet. Excellent treatment of ethics covering different schools of thought. Desires, Right and Wrong: Pojman covers much ground in his little book. A very interesting read.
Pojman Wadsworth- Ethics – pages 0 Reviews https: All the theories were thoroughly explained and illustrated with a lot of relatable and interesting examples from history, literature and everyday life.
Sign in to use this feature. I think wikipedia had more complete and concise summaries of the material, to be honest.