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A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 2 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013. VP Product Development Dickson Musslewhite Director of Field Marketing Jonathan Cottrell. Director Content Strategy and Development Brita Nordin Senior Marketing Coordinator Susan Osterlitz. Editor in Chief Ashley Dodge Operations Manager Mary Fischer. Managing Editor Sutapa Mukherjee Operations Specialist Mary Ann Gloriande. Program Team Lead Amber Mackey Associate Director of Design Blair Brown. Program Manager Carly Czech Interior Design Kathryn Foot. Sponsoring Editor Tanimaa Mehra Cover Design Lumina Datamatics Inc. Editorial Assistant Casseia Lewis Cover Art Nemeziya Shutterstock. Development Editor Aphrodite Knoop Digital Studio Project Manager Elissa Senra Sargent. Instructional Designer Rashida Patel Digital Studio Team Lead Peggy Bliss. Asset Development Team LearningMate Solutions Ltd Full Service Project Management and Composition. VP Director of Marketing Maggie Moylan Megha Bhardwaj Azad iEnergizer Aptara Ltd. Director Project Management Services Etain O Dea Printer Binder RRD Willard. Project Team Lead Melissa Feimer Cover Printer Phoenix Color. Project Manager Purnima Narayanan, Acknowledgements of third party content appear on page 294 which constitutes an extension of this. copyright page, Copyright 2017 2015 2012 Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates All Rights Reserved Printed in the. United States of America This publication is protected by copyright and permission should be obtained. from the publisher prior to any prohibited reproduction storage in a retrieval system or transmission in any. form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording or otherwise For information regard. ing permissions request forms and the appropriate contacts within the Pearson Education Global Rights. Permissions department please visit www pearsoned com permissions. PEARSON ALWAYS LEARNING and REVEL are exclusive trademarks owned by Pearson Education Inc or. its affiliates in the U S and or other countries, Unless otherwise indicated herein any third party trademarks that may appear in this work are the property of. their respective owners and any references to third party trademarks logos or other trade dress are for demon. strative or descriptive purposes only Such references are not intended to imply any sponsorship endorsement. authorization or promotion of Pearson s products by the owners of such marks or any relationship between. the owner and Pearson Education Inc or its affiliates authors licensees or distributors. Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data. Names Thiroux Jacques P author Krasemann Keith W author. Title Ethics theory and practice Jacques P Thiroux Keith W Krasemann. Description 11 edition Hoboken Pearson 2016 Includes bibliographical references and index. Identifiers LCCN 2016002768 ISBN 9780134010175 alk paper ISBN 0134010175 alk paper. Subjects LCSH Ethics Textbooks Ethical problems Textbooks. Classification LCC BJ1012 T47 2016 DDC 170 dc23 LC record available at http lccn loc gov 2016002768. 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1,ISBN 10 0 13 401020 5,ISBN 13 978 0 13 401020 5. A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 3 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013. Brief Contents, 1 The Nature of Morality 1 9 The Taking of Human Life 106.
2 Consequentialist Teleological 10 Allowing Someone to Die. Theories of Morality 20 Mercy Death and Mercy Killing 120. 3 Nonconsequentialist 11 Abortion 141,Deontological Theories of. Morality 31,12 Lying Cheating Breaking,Promises and Stealing 154. 4 Virtue Ethics 41 13 Morality Marriage,and Human Sexuality 172. 5 Absolutism Versus Relativism 52,14 Bioethics Ethical Issues. 6 Freedom Versus Determinism 61 in Medicine 189,7 Reward and Punishment 71.
R 15 Business and Media Ethics 205, 8 Setting Up a Moral System 91 16 Environmental Ethics 223. A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 4 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013. A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 5 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013. Preface xi 1 13 3 Evolution of Arguments 18,1 13 4 Common Human Needs 18. 1 The Nature of Morality 1 1 13 5 Significance and Relevance of Ethics 18. 1 1 What is the Relationship Between Philosophy Summary The Nature of Morality 19. and Ethics 1, 1 1 1 Definition of Key Terms 2 2 Consequentialist Teleological. 1 2 Scientific or Descriptive Approach to Morality 4 Theories of Morality 20. 1 3 Philosophical Approach 4 2 1 Psychological Egoism 21. 1 3 1 Normative or Prescriptive Ethics 4 2 2 Ethical Egoism 22. 1 3 2 Metaethics or Analytic Ethics 5 2 2 1 Problems with Individual and Personal. 1 4 Synthesis of Approaches 5 Ethical Egoism 22, 1 5 What Is Morality 5 2 2 2 Universal Ethical Egoism 22. 1 5 1 Ethics and Aesthetics 5 2 2 3 Ayn Rand s Rational Ethical Egoism 25. 1 5 2 Good Bad Right and Wrong Used in 2 3 Utilitarianism 25. a Nonmoral Sense 6 2 3 1 Act Utilitarianism 25, 1 5 3 Morals and Manners or Etiquette 6 2 3 2 Rule Utilitarianism 26.
1 6 To Whom or What Does Morality Apply 7 2 3 3 The Cost Benefit Analysis A Problem. 1 6 1 Religious Morality 7 for Utilitarianism 27,1 6 2 Morality and Nature. R 7 2 4 Difficulty with Consequentialist Theories,in General 28. 1 6 3 Individual Morality 7,1 6 4 Social Morality 7 2 5 Care Ethics 29. 1 6 5 Who Is Morally or Ethically Responsible 8 2 5 1 Men and Women Are Different When. It Comes to Ethical Decision Making 29,1 7 Where Does Morality Come From 9. 2 5 2 Criticisms of Gilligan s Theory 29,1 7 1 Values as Totally Objective 9.
Summary Consequentialist Teleological Theories,1 7 2 Values as Totally Subjective 10. of Morality 30,1 7 3 Values as Both Subjective and Objective. A Synthesis,1 7 4 Values Arising from Context,3 Nonconsequentialist. Deontological Theories of,1 8 Customary or Traditional Morality 11. Morality 31,1 9 Reflective Morality 11, 1 10 Kohlberg s Theory of Moral Development 12 3 1 Act Nonconsequentialist Theories 32.
1 10 1 Preconventional Level 12 3 1 1 Intuitionism 32. 1 10 2 Conventional Level 12 3 1 2 Criticisms of Act Nonconsequentialism 33. 1 10 3 Postconventional Autonomous 3 2 Rule Nonconsequentialist Theories 33. or Principled Level 13 3 3 Divine Command Theory 33. 1 11 Morality and the Law 13 3 3 1 Criticisms of the Divine Command. 1 12 Morality and Religion 15 Theory 34, 1 12 1 Difficulty of Proving Supernatural 3 4 Kant s Duty Ethics 34. Existence 15 3 4 1 The Good Will 34, 1 12 2 Morality of Religious and Nonreligious 3 4 2 Establishing Morality by Reasoning. People 15 Alone 34, 1 12 3 Difficulty of Providing a Rational 3 4 3 The Categorical Imperative 34. Foundation 15 3 4 4 The Practical Imperative 35, 1 12 4 Which Religion 16 3 4 5 Duty Rather Than Inclination 35. 1 12 5 Difficulty of Resolving Conflicts 16 3 4 6 Summary and Illustration of Kant s. 1 13 Why Should Human Beings Be Moral 17 System 35. 1 13 1 Argument from Enlightened Self Interest 17 3 5 Criticisms of Kant s Duty Ethics 36. 1 13 2 Argument from Tradition and Law 18 3 5 1 The Reversibility Criterion 36. A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 6 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013. vi Contents,3 5 2 Qualifying a Rule versus Making,Exceptions to It 37.
6 Freedom Versus Determinism 61, 3 5 3 Duties versus Inclinations 37 6 1 The Meaning of Determinism 61. 3 6 Ross s Prima Facie Duties 37 6 2 Types and Theories of Determinism 61. 3 6 1 Criticisms of Ross s Theories 38 6 2 1 Religious Determinism Predestination 62. 3 7 General Criticisms of Nonconsequentialist 6 2 2 Scientific Determinism 62. Theories 38 6 2 3 Historical or Cultural Determinism 63. Summary Nonconsequentialist Deontological 6 2 4 Economic or Social Determinism 63. Theories of Morality 39 6 2 5 Psychological Determinism Freudianism. and Behaviorism 64, 4 Virtue Ethics 41 6 3 From Fatalism to Indeterminism 65. 6 3 1 Fatalism 65,4 1 Virtue Ethics Definitions 41. 4 2 Aristotle s Nicomachean Ethics 41 6 3 2 Hard Determinism 65. 4 2 1 Emphasis on Goodness of Character 42 6 3 3 Soft Determinism 66. 4 2 2 Development of the Good or Virtuous 6 3 4 Indeterminism 66. Human Being 42 6 4 Criticisms of Hard Determinism and Arguments. 4 2 3 What Is Virtue and How Does It Relate for Freedom 67. to Vice 42 6 4 1 Inaccurate Use of Language 67, 4 2 4 How to Determine the Proper Mean 42 6 4 2 Human Complexity 68. 4 3 Confucian Moral Self Cultivation 43 6 4 3 Levels of Differences 68. 4 3 1 The Confucian Analects 43 Summary Freedom Versus Determinism 69. 4 3 2 The Five Confucian Cardinal,Relationships 44 7 Reward and Punishment 71.
4 3 3 Confucian Harmony 44 7 1 Defining the Roles of Reward and Punishment 71. 4 4 Confucian Role Ethics,4 5 Contemporary Analysis of Virtue Ethics. 7 2 Reward 72,7 2 1 Criteria for Rewarding People 72. 4 5 1 Alasdair MacIntyre s Analysis of Virtue 7 3 Theories of How to Reward 75. Ethics 46 7 3 1 Retributivist or Deserts Theory 75. 4 6 Who Is the Ideal Virtuous Person 48 7 3 2 Utilitarian or Results Theory 76. 4 6 1 Vice and Virtue 49 7 4 Punishment 76,Summary Virtue Ethics 50. 7 4 1 Requirements of Punishment 76, 5 Absolutism Versus Relativism 52 7 5 Retributive Theory of Punishment. 7 5 1 Why Crime Requires Punishment, 5 1 The Meanings of Absolute 53 7 5 2 Problems with Determining What People.
5 1 1 Cultural Absolutism 53 Deserve 78, 5 2 The Meaning of Relative 53 7 5 3 Problem of Mercy 78. 5 2 1 Cultural Relativism 54 7 5 4 Problem of Determining Seriousness of. Offenses and Punishment 78, 5 3 Controversy of Absolutism Versus Relativism 54. 7 5 5 An Eye for an Eye and a Tooth for,5 4 Propositions and States of Affairs 54. a Tooth 79,5 4 1 Are There Any Absolute Truths 55,7 6 Utilitarian Theory 79. 5 4 2 Types of Propositions 55,7 6 1 Consequences for the Offender 79.
5 5 The Emotive Theory 56 7 6 2 Consequences for Potential Offenders. 5 5 1 General Problems with the Emotive Deterrence 80. Theory 56 7 6 3 Effect on Society at Large Protection 81. 5 5 2 Moore s Naturalistic Fallacy 57 7 6 4 Problem with Justice 82. 5 6 Moral Propositions as Types of Empirical 7 7 Restitution Theory 82. Propositions 57,7 7 1 Crime Against the State Not the. 5 6 1 Normative Moral Statements 57 Individual 82, 5 6 2 Prescriptive Moral Statements 57 7 7 2 Restitution s Relationship to the. 5 6 3 Proposition Against Killing Human Retributivist and Utilitarian Theories 82. Beings 57 7 7 3 Problems with Restitution 83, 5 6 4 Problems with Moral Propositions 58 7 8 Is a Synthesis Possible 84. 5 7 Near or Almost Absolutes 59 7 8 1 Other Possibilities for the Distribution. Summary Absolutism Versus Relativism 59 of Good or Rewards 84. A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 7 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013. Contents vii, 7 9 Reward and Punishment in Relationship 9 3 Killing in Defense of the Innocent 109. to Justice 85 9 3 1 Argument Against Killing in Defense of. 7 9 1 Elements of Justice 85 the Innocent 109, 7 10 John Rawls and His Theory of Justice 85 9 3 2 Argument for Killing in Defense of.
7 10 1 Natural Rights Versus Rights of a Just the Innocent 109. Society 86 9 4 War 110, 7 10 2 Rawls s Two Basic Principles 86 9 4 1 Arguments for the Morality of War 111. 7 10 3 Difference between Nozick and Rawls 86 9 5 Terrorism 112. 7 10 4 Advantages and Disadvantages of 9 5 1 Argument in Support of Terrorism 112. Rawls s Theory 86 9 5 2 Argument Against Terrorism 113. 7 11 Human Rights 87 9 5 3 The Semantics of Terrorism and Double. 7 11 1 The Concept of a Right 87 Standards 113, 7 11 2 The Importance of the Contribution of 9 6 Capital Punishment 114. Human Rights to Civilization 88 9 6 1 Theories of Punishment 114. 7 11 3 Problems with Human Rights 89 9 6 2 Arguments Against the Morality of. Summary Reward and Punishment 89 Capital Punishment 114. 9 6 3 Arguments for the Morality of Capital,8 Setting Up a Moral System 91 Punishment 115. Summary The Taking of Human Life 118,8 1 Conflicting General Moral Issues 92. 8 1 1 Consequentialism Versus,Nonconsequentialism 92 10 Allowing Someone to Die.
8 1 2 Self Versus Other Interestedness 92 Mercy Death and Mercy Killing 120. 8 1 3 Act Versus Rule 92,10 1 Euthanasia 120,8 1 4 Emotion Versus Reason 92. 10 1 1 Allowing Someone to Die 120,8 2 Basic Assumptions. R 92 10 1 2 Mercy Death Including Physician, 8 2 1 Including the Rational and Emotional Assisted Suicide 121. Aspects 93 10 1 3 Mercy Killing 121,8 2 2 Logical Consistency with Flexibility 94. 10 2 Current Legal Status of Mercy Death, 8 2 3 Including Universality and Particularity 94 and Mercy Killing 121.
8 2 4 Ability to Be Taught and Promulgated 94 10 2 1 Brain Death 121. 8 2 5 Ability to Resolve Conflicts 94,10 2 2 Persistent Vegetative State or. 8 3 Basic Principles Individual Freedom Irreversible Coma 122. and Their Justification 95 10 3 Allowing Someone to Die 122. 8 3 1 Choosing Principles 95 10 3 1 Arguments Against Allowing Someone. 8 3 2 The Value of Life Principle 96 to Die 123, 8 3 3 The Principle of Goodness or Rightness 97 10 3 2 Arguments for Allowing Someone. 8 3 4 The Principle of Justice or Fairness 97 to Die 124. 8 3 5 The Principle of Truth Telling or Honesty 98 10 3 3 Ordinary and Extraordinary Means 125. 8 3 6 The Principle of Individual Freedom 99 10 4 Patient Self Determination Act 126. 10 4 1 Advance Directives 128,8 4 Priority of the Basic Principles 100. 8 4 1 A General Way of Determining Priority 10 5 The Hospice Approach to Care for the Dying 128. Two Categories 101 10 5 1 A Team Approach 129,8 5 How the System of Humanitarian. 10 5 2 Pain and Symptom Control 129, Ethics Works 103 10 5 3 Outpatient and Home Care 129.
8 5 1 Living Together Without Marriage 103 10 5 4 Humanized Inpatient Care 129. 8 5 2 Rape 104 10 5 5 Freedom from Financial Worry 129. Summary Setting Up a Moral System 104 10 5 6 Bereavement Counseling and Assistance 130. 10 5 7 Summary of Hospice Approach 130, 9 The Taking of Human Life 106 10 6 Mercy Death 131. 9 1 The Taking of Human Life 106 10 6 1 Arguments Against Mercy Death 131. 9 2 Suicide 106 10 6 2 Arguments for Mercy Death 133. 9 2 1 Arguments Against the Morality 10 7 Changes in Attitudes Toward Mercy Death 133. of Suicide 107 10 8 Suggested Safeguards for Mercy Death 134. 9 2 2 Argument for the Morality of Suicide 108 10 8 1 Evaluation of Safeguards 135. A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 8 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013. viii Contents, 10 9 Mercy Killing 137 12 4 Arguments for Lying 158. 10 9 1 Arguments Against Mercy Killing 137 12 5 Moderate Position 160. 10 9 2 Arguments for Mercy Killing 137 12 6 Cheating 162. Summary Allowing Someone to Die Mercy Death 12 6 1 Arguments Against Cheating 162. and Mercy Killing 139 12 6 2 Arguments for Cheating 163. 11 Abortion 141,12 7 Breaking Promises,12 7 1 Implied Agreements. 11 1 Introduction to the Abortion Issue 141 12 7 2 A Form of Dishonesty 164. 11 1 1 General Statement of the Abortion 12 7 3 A Person s Word 164. Problem 142 12 7 4 Arguments Against Breaking Promises 165. 11 2 When Does Human Life Begin 143 12 7 5 Arguments for Breaking Promises 166. 11 3 Arguments Against Abortion 144 12 8 Stealing 167. 11 3 1 The Sanctity or Value of Life Argument 145 12 8 1 Arguments Against Stealing 167. 11 3 2 The Domino Argument 145 12 8 2 Arguments for Stealing 168. 11 3 3 The Dangers of Abortion to the Summary Lying Cheating Breaking Promises. Mother s Life 145 and Stealing 170,11 3 4 The Relative Safety of Pregnancy 146. 11 3 5 The Existence of Viable Alternatives to 13 Morality Marriage. Abortion 146 and Human Sexuality 172,11 3 6 The Irrelevance of Economic.
Considerations 146 13 1 Major Aspects of Human Sexuality 172. 11 3 7 Accepting Responsibility for Sexual 13 2 The Meaning and Purposes of Human Sexuality 173. Activities 147 13 2 1 Moral Issues and the Public Aspect. 11 3 8 Arguments Against Abortion in Cases of Human Sexuality 173. of Rape and Incest,11 4 Arguments for Abortion,13 2 2 Arguments Against Sexual Freedom. 13 2 3 Arguments for Sexual Freedom, 11 4 1 Absolute Rights of Women Over Their 13 3 Premarital Sex 176. Own Bodies 147 13 3 1 Arguments Against Premarital Sex 176. 11 4 2 Birth as the Beginning of Human Life 148 13 3 2 Arguments for Premarital Sex 177. 11 4 3 The Problem of Unwanted or Deformed,13 4 Sex in Marriage Type Relationships Including. Children 148,Nonlegal 178,11 4 4 The Relative Safety of Abortion 149. 13 4 1 Various Types of Marriage Relationships 179. 11 4 5 Refutation of the Domino Argument 149,13 4 2 Arguments Against Nonmonogamous.
11 4 6 The Danger of Pregnancy to the Marriages 180. Mother s Life 149,13 4 3 Arguments for Nonmonogamous. 11 4 7 Argument for Abortion in Cases of Rape Marriages 181. and Incest 150,13 4 4 Homosexual Marriage 181,11 4 8 Pro Choice Views of Responsibility. 13 4 5 Adultery 183,for Sexual Activities 150, 11 4 9 Abortion as the Woman s Choice 150 13 5 Deviant Sexual Behavior 184. 13 5 1 Arguments Against Pornography 185,11 5 The More Moderate Positions on Abortion 150. 11 5 1 An Unresolvable Conflict of Absolutes 150 13 6 Prostitution 186. 11 5 2 The Problem of When Life Begins 13 6 1 Arguments Against Prostitution 186. A Synthesis 151 13 6 2 Arguments for Prostitution 186. Summary Abortion 153 13 7 Sexual Perversion or Unnatural Sexual Activity 187. Summary Morality Marriage and Human Sexuality 187,12 Lying Cheating Breaking.
Promises and Stealing 154 14 Bioethics Ethical Issues in. Medicine 189,12 1 Defining Concepts of Lying Cheating. Breaking Promises and Stealing 155 14 1 What Is Bioethics 189. 12 2 Nonconsequentialist and Consequentialist Views 155 14 2 Health Care Professionals and Patients. 12 2 1 Rule Nonconsequentialist Views 155 and Their Families Rights and Obligations 190. 12 2 2 Consequentialist and Act 14 2 1 Paternalism 190. Nonconsequentialist Views 156 14 2 2 Radical Individualism 190. 12 3 Lying 156 14 2 3 The Reciprocal View 191, A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 9 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013. Contents ix, 14 3 Truth Telling and Informed Consent 193 15 7 2 Truth and How Journalists Obtain. 14 3 1 The Paternalistic View of Truth Telling 193 Information and Stories 218. 14 3 2 The Patients Right to Know 193 15 7 3 Public Right to Know Versus Individual. 14 3 3 The Moderate Position 193 Right to Privacy 218. 14 3 4 Informed Consent 194 15 7 4 Where to Draw the Line 219. 14 3 5 Doctors Reactions to Truth Telling and 15 7 5 Ethical News Values 219. Informed Consent 194 15 8 Corporate Greed Enron 220. 14 3 6 Patients and Families Reactions to 15 8 1 Enron s Code of Ethical Conduct 220. Truth Telling 195 15 8 2 Why the Code of Conduct Failed 221. 14 4 Intercultural Bioethics 196 Summary Business and Media Ethics 221. 14 5 Confidentiality 196,16 Environmental Ethics 223. 14 5 1 Positive HIV Tests and AIDS 196, 14 6 Guilt and Innocence in Treating Patients 197 16 1 Environmental Ethics Key Terms 223.
14 7 Ethical Issues in Medicine 198 16 2 Nature and Morality 223. 14 7 1 Ethics and Behavior Control 198 16 2 1 Waste and Destruction of Natural. 14 7 2 Human Experimentation 199 Resources 224, 14 7 3 Genetics and Stem Cell Research 201 16 2 2 Exploiting Misusing and Polluting the. 14 8 Stem Cell Research 202 Environment 224, 14 8 1 The Moral Issue of Using Embryonic 16 2 3 Exploiting Abusing and Destroying. Stem Cells 202 Animals 225, 14 8 2 Governmental Limits 203 16 3 Our Attitude Toward Nature and What Lies. 14 8 3 Possible Solution 203 Behind It 226, 14 8 4 The Ethics of Body Trading and 16 3 1 Platonic Dualism and the Beginnings of. Tissue Banking 203 Western Philosophy 226,Summary Bioethics Ethical Issues in Medicine.
16 3 2 Judeo Christian Teachings in the Bible,16 3 3 The Rise of Science and Scientific. 15 Business and Media Ethics,Progress 227,205 16 3 4 Industrialization 227. 15 1 Business Ethics Is Not an Oxymoron 205 16 3 5 Encroachment of Nature by Civilization 227. 15 2 Rights and Obligations in Business 206 16 4 Arguments for use and Exploitation of the. 15 2 1 Two Ways of Approaching Rights and Natural Environment 227. Obligations in Business 206 16 4 1 Human Reasoning versus Nature as. 15 2 2 The Moderate Position 207 Blind and Nonreasoning 228. 15 2 3 Justice in Business 208 16 4 2 Civilization More Important than Nature 228. 15 2 4 Truth Telling in Business 208 16 4 3 Moral Rights and Obligations 228. 15 2 5 Honesty in Business 208 16 5 Arguments Against the use and Exploitation. 15 3 Ethical Issues in Business 210 of Nature 228,15 3 1 Advertising 210 16 5 1 Ecofeminism 229. 15 3 2 Business and the Environment 211 16 5 2 Reasoning Should Not Separate Humans. from Nature 229, 15 4 Affirmative Action and Reverse Discrimination 212. 16 6 Moderate Position 230,15 4 1 The Argument for Discrimination 213.
15 4 2 The Argument Against Discrimination 213 16 7 Criteria for Animal Rights 230. 15 4 3 The Moderate Position on 16 7 1 Having Interests and Attributes of Soul. Discrimination 213 and Mind 231,16 7 2 Reason 231,15 5 Sexual Harassment 214. 16 7 3 Ways of Dealing with Animal Rights 231,15 5 1 What Constitutes Sexual Harassment. Under Federal Law 215 16 8 Use of Animals for Food 232. 15 5 2 Arguments That Sexual Harassment Is 16 8 1 Ways of Raising Animals for Food 232. Not Immoral 215 16 8 2 The Vegetarian Position 232. 15 5 3 Arguments That Sexual Harassment 16 8 3 The Carnivore Position 232. Is Immoral 215 16 8 4 The Moderate Position 232, 15 6 The New Global Economy and the International 16 9 Use of Animals for Experimentation 232. Business Scene 217 16 9 1 Arguments Against Using Animals for. 15 7 Media Ethics 218 Experimentation 233, 15 7 1 Journalism s Ideal 218 16 9 2 Moderate Position 233. A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 10 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013. x Contents, 16 10 Killing Animals for Sport 234 Appendix Application of Ethics to.
16 10 1 It Should Not Be Allowed 234 Moral Problems 241. 16 10 2 The Moderate Position 234,Supplementary Reading 275. 16 11 Protection of Endangered Species 236, 16 12 Non Western Perspectives on Environmental Glossary 283. Issues 236 Notes 290,16 12 1 Ethical Traditions of South Asia 237. Credits 294,16 12 2 Ethical Traditions of East Asia 238. Summary Environmental Ethics 239 Index 296, A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 11 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013.
he fundamental issues in today s rapidly changing It meant a great deal to Jacques that you found this text us. and globally expanding world are ethical Leader able and useful in teaching a topic of such importance It. ship in such a world demands courage commitment was a privilege for me to be asked aboard as a coauthor for. character and good ethical reasoning skills to address these the ninth edition and I know Jacques was very pleased with. challenges head on Accordingly the importance of teach the many new ideas I brought to that edition I hope to con. ing ethics in higher education has never been greater With tinue Professor Thiroux s legacy with many new editions. this updated eleventh edition of Ethics Theory and Practice. I wish to acknowledge the significant contributions made Updates to the Edition. by all those involved in the teaching of ethics courses who. The updated 11th edition of Ethics Theory and Practice is fo. engage students with these core issues of our time. cused on enhancing the student learning experience New. In this edition I have been careful to keep the overall. features to support student learning include, structure of the text and to preserve the many positive fea. tures of this book that instructors have adapted for use in Revised learning objectives placed at the beginning of. their courses Some of this material has been revised and each chapter. updated and I expect to continue to make the text more Topically appropriate Shared Writing exercises are. inclusive and relevant Some of the new material in this found at the end of each chapter. edition includes new critical thinking exercises and ethics. Statistics dates and other facts are updated throughout. problems dealing with bullying cheating sexual relations. between humans and animals human experimentation, euthanasia in the wake of Hurricane Katrina rationaliza Additional materials were added dealing with health. tions in business and selling body parts on Craigslist care pornography and the environment. Extensive editing was also done to update the lan Outdated materials were removed. guage used in earlier editions of this text Professor Thiroux. wrote liberally in the first person and although this style REVEL. was pleasing to many readers comments like I feel I. Educational technology designed for the way today s stu. believe and I agree presented a distraction for others. dents read think and learn, Moreover these comments gave a bias to the text After all. When students are engaged deeply they learn more, the point of the text is to comprehensively survey the ethi. effectively and perform better in their courses This simple. cal landscape clarify issues and problems and lay out ar. fact inspired the creation of REVEL an immersive learn. guments on all sides in order that students may draw their. ing experience designed for the way today s students read. own conclusions And since there are now two authors the. think and learn Built in collaboration with educators and. continued use of the first person was needlessly confusing. students nationwide REVEL is the newest fully digital. and has been removed from the first sixteen chapters. way to deliver respected Pearson content, A decision was made to leave the use of the first per.
REVEL enlivens course content with media interac, son in the eight appendices Applying Humanitarian Eth. tives and assessments integrated directly within the au. ics to Moral Problems The Theory of Humanitarian Ethics. thors narrative that provide opportunities for students. was one of Jacques Thiroux s key contributions to the field. to read about and practice course material in tandem This. of ethics and to this text It also represents his attempt to. immersive educational technology boosts student engage. work out and apply a philosophy of life As such these ap. ment which leads to better understanding of concepts and. pendices represent the views of Thiroux and his use of the. improved performance throughout the course, personal pronoun is usually accompanied by a justification. Learn more about REVEL http www pearsonhigh, for his position Furthermore because he is working out a. ered com revel, philosophy of life the frequent use of the personal pronoun. gives the reader insight into how Thiroux is approaching. a problem and how he is thinking about important issues Available Instructor Resources. which is different than what he is thinking The following resources are available for instructors These. I express my thanks to all the professors and students can be downloaded at http www pearsonhighered com. who for over 30 years have used Jacques Thiroux s text irc Login required. A01 THIR0205 11 SE FM indd Page 12 2 24 16 8 09 PM s w 149 203 PH02327 9780134010205 THIROUX THIROUX ETHICS THEORY AND PRACTICE11 SE 978013. xii Preface, PowerPoint provides a core template of the content cov suggesting changes and appropriate updates I also wish.
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