1352 books (68 pages) in this category
A Very Short Introduction
by Simon Blackburn
Our self-image as moral, well-behaved creatures is dogged by scepticism, relativism, hypocrisy, and nihilism, by the fear that in a Godless world science has unmasked us as creatures fated by our genes to be selfish and tribalistic, or ...
by BENEDICT DE SPINOZA
What does it mean to live an ethical life? For seventeenth-century philosopher Benedict de Spinoza, this question led to a doctrine in which God is present in all things and the human mind is part of God's infinite intellect. Spinoza regarded ...
by Gn++ran Collste
by Peter A. French
Creating a Personal Code to Guide Decisions in Work and Life
by Ronald A. Howard
by James Winchester
by Ezio Di Nucci
by Topi Heikkern++
by Peter Singer
In this book of brief essays, Singer applies his controversial ways of thinking to issues like climate change, extreme poverty, animals, abortion, euthanasia, human genetic selection, sports doping, the sale of kidneys, the ethics of high-priced
by Robert Doran
In <i>The Ethics of Theory</i>, Robert Doran offers the first broad assessment of the ethical challenges of Critical Theory across the humanities and social sciences, calling into question the sharp dichotomy typically drawn between the ...
by Ibo van de Poel
Featuring a wide range of international case studies, <i>Ethics, Technology, and Engineering</i> presents a unique and systematic approach for engineering students to deal with the ethical issues that are increasingly inherent in engineering ...
by Peter Cave
From Confucianism to Kant's categorical imperative, from the Ancient Greeks to Amnesty International, This essential volume presents ethics through a fascinating global historical lens and relates it to everyday life and 21st-century politics. ...
by Hélène Cixous
"I get up every day with one day more," says Eve, the writer's 97-year-old mother. She is escaping into the New Life and the writer must race to catch up. As things slip away and fall into oblivion, as her mother's world and thus her own ...
by Henri Lefebvre
Henri Lefebvre was one of the most significant and influential social theorists of the 20th century. His impressive body of work crosses multiple disciplines including sociology, philosophy, economics, politics and cultural studies. In ...
by Chad Meister
<i>Evil- A Guide for the Perplexed</i> is a lively examination of the philosophical and theological problems raised by the existence of widespread evil. It explores classic debates around this problem and also engages with more recent ones, from
by Rene Girard
<i>Evolution and Conversion</i> explores the main tenets of Rene Girard's thought in a series of dialogues. Here, Girard reflects on the evolution of his thought and offers striking new insights on topics such as violence, religion, desire and ...
by Michael Ruse
by John Mizzoni
by Beth Eddy