Moral Theory: A Contemporary Overview

Jones & Bartlett Publishers (1996)
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Abstract

This contemporary examination of moral theory succinctly covers the full range of theoretical positions, from extreme particularism to moral ideals. Students are challenged to think critically about abstract theories and to use acquired knowledge to support moral experience. In this comprehensive approach to the study of ethics the student is exposed to numerous positions, asked to consider their strengths and weaknesses, and guided to understand how typically opposed theories can jointly aid moral decision making.

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Joseph DeMarco
Cleveland State University

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