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Ethics Matters introduces students and general readers to the business of making moral decisions, engaging them in meaningful dialogue and inspiring them to find out more. Beginning with a discussion of the question of truth in Ethics, Peter and Charlotte Vardy outline and evaluate major approaches to doing ethics from Natural Law and Virtue Ethics to Situation Ethics and Postmodernism, considering how these might inform decision making in today's world.
Ethics Matters places the latest scholarship in context, clarifying how it relates to today's biggest challenges, without in any sense 'dumbing down'. The style is engaging and accessible; good use is made of examples from film, literature and current affairs to shine a light on the fundamental philosophic questions which underpin practical
A new web site, www.what-matters.org provides recommendations for further reading, a rich anthology of primary texts, questions for discussion and related activities.
This book is suitable for AS/A2 level.
'For anyone wishing to wrestle with the key ethical issues of the 21st Century, 'Ethics Matters' is required reading.' Esmond Lee, Head of Religious Studies, Trinity School Croydon' 'An enlightening guide to those moral questions that don't go away. It should go to every politician, civil servant, teacher and bishop; not to mention the rest of thoughtful humanity!'Dr Kenneth Wolfe, Director, London Society for the Study of Religion'The best introduction to ethics textbook at A Level bar none...'Philippe Mathieu, Head of Divinity, The Leys School, Cambridge'Wow! I wish I could lock myself away for a few weeks and really do justice to the book. It makes me hope to win the lotto and go off and study philosophy without the cares of the "job"!'Helen Smith, St. Joseph's College, Hunters Hill, Sydney
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