2 edition of Ethical Issues for the Twenty-First Century (Special Supplement: Journal of Philosophical Research) found in the catalog.
Ethical Issues for the Twenty-First Century (Special Supplement: Journal of Philosophical Research)
by Philosophy Documentation Center
Written in English
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ethical issues for the twenty-first century. Charlottesville, Va.: Philosophy Documentation Center, © This important book provides an American snapshot of the dramatic effects the twenty-first century context is having on ethical inquiry.
With a focus on practical ethics and religion, the authors wade into age-old questions, including war, peacekeeping, politics, and healthcare, and grapple with how these interface with emergent issues, including social networking, technology, the Format: Paperback.
New ethical issues emerge from changes in the social and political landscape and from the development of new technologies. This volume has its origins in the conference "Morality in the 21st Century" that was held in under the joint sponsorship of the American Philosophical Association and the University of Delaware.
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