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Ethical values in history

by Henry Charles Lea

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Published in [n. p.] .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsD16 .L43
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Open LibraryOL24625782M
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Learn how six key ethical values can help you build character in yourself and others. Writings on an Ethical Life, by Peter Singer () (According to the New Yorker, "Peter Singer may be the most controversial philosopher alive; he is certainly among the most influential.") M oral Moments, by Joel Marks () Practical Ethics, 2nd edition, by Peter Singer ().

Care ethics contrasts with more well-known ethical models, such as consequentialist theories (e.g. utilitarianism) and deontological theories (e.g., Kantian ethics) in that it seeks to incorporate traditionally feminized virtues and values that—proponents of care ethics contend—are absent in such traditional models of ethics. These values. Introduction to Ethical Studies: An Open Source Reader by Lee Archie by John G. Archie Version Edition Goodrich, S. G. A History of All Nations, (New York: J. C. Derby & N. C. Miller, ), A Greek Galley. Library of Congress Rare Book & Special Collections Division.

Autobiographies provide us with our earliest source for ethical values. They mostly date from the 5th Dynasty onward, and appear to be written for the tomb owner's descendents. For example, an official by the name of Nefer-seshem-re tells us that. Get this from a library! History as knowledge: ethical values and meaning in encounters with history. [Niklas Ammert; Birgitta E Gustafsson] -- "What do you know when you know something about history? What is important to know and how do you learn? Adolescents encounter history everywhere: at school, in the family, in media and society. But.


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