MORALITY IN PRACTICE

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MORALITY IN PRACTICE

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dc.creator Sterba, James P., ed. en_US
dc.date.accessioned 2011-07-12T18:42:58Z
dc.date.available 2011-07-12T18:42:58Z
dc.date.created 2004 en_US
dc.date.issued 2004
dc.identifier ISBN 0-534-59553-7 en_US
dc.identifier.bibliographicCitation Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth, 2004. 639 p. en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10822/547635
dc.description.tableOfContents Preface -- General introduction -- Sect. I. The distribution of income and wealth -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 1.The libertarian manifesto / John Hospers -- Ch. 2. Radical egalitarianism / Kai Nielson -- Ch. 3. From liberty to equality / James P. Sterba -- Ch. 4. A social contract perspective / John Rawls -- Ch. 5. Rawls and a morally defensible conception of justice / James P. Sterba -- Practical applications -- Ch. 6. Wyman, Commissioner of New York Department of Social Services v. James / Supreme Court of the United States -- Ch. 7. Player v. Doe / Supreme Court of the United States -- Sect. II. Near and distant peoples -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 8. Lifeboat ethics: the case against helping the poor / Garrett Hardin -- Ch. 9. The solution to world poverty / Peter Singer -- Ch. 10. Impartiality, beneficence, and friendship / Lawrence Blum -- Ch. 11. Morality, parents, and children / James Rachels -- Practical applications -- Ch. 12. The food-aid racket / Michael Maren -- Ch. 13. Some moral dilemmas of humanitarian aid / Mary B. Anderson -- Sect. III. Abortion and euthanasia -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 14. A defense of abortion / Judith Jarvis Thomson -- Ch. 15. Why abortion is immoral / Don Marquis -- Ch. 16. On the moral and legal status of abortion / Mary Anne Warren -- Ch. 17. A feminist defense of abortion / Sally Markowitz -- Ch. 18. Euthanasia, killing, and letting die / James Rachels -- Ch. 19. The intentional termination of life / Bonnie Steinbock -- Practical applications -- Ch. 20. Planned Parenthood v. Casey / Supreme Court of the United States - - Ch. 21. Assisted suicide: the brief of the amici curiae / Ronald Dworkin, Thomas Nagel, Robert Nozick, John Rawls, Thomas Scanlon, and Judith Jarvis Thomson -- Ch. 22. Washington v. Glucksberg / Supreme Court of the United States -- Sect. IV. Genetic engineering -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 23. The case against cloning / Hilary Putnam -- Ch. 24. The case for cloning / John Harris -- Ch. 25. The constitution and the clone / Cass R. Sunstein -- Practical applications -- Ch. 26. The Report of the President's council on bioethics -- Sect. V. Sex equality -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 27. Justice and gender / Susan Akin -- Ch. 28. Feminist justice and the family / James P. Sterba -- Ch. 29. Philosophers against the family / Christina Hoff Sommers -- Ch. 30. They lived happily ever after: Sommers on women and marriage / Marilyn Friedman -- Ch. 31. The second sexism / David Benatar - - Ch. 32. The wolf again in sheep's clothing / James P. Sterba - - Practical applications -- Ch. 33. National Organization for Women (NOW) Bill of Rights (1995) -- Ch. 34. The Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action -- Sect. VI. Affirmative action -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 35. Defending affirmative action, defending preferences / James P. Sterba -- Ch. 36. Racial preferences and formal equality / Terence J. Pell -- Ch. 37. What really is Pell's ideal of formal equality? / James P. Sterba -- Ch. 38. What's the big deal about racial preferences? / Terence J. Pell -- Practical applications -- Ch. 39. Grutter v. Bollinger / Supreme Court of the United States -- Sect. VII. Sexual harassment -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 40. Understanding sexual harassment at work / Barbara A. Gutek -- Ch. 41. Exaggerating the extent of sexual harassment / Ellen Frankel Paul -- Ch. 42. Sexual harassment in the university / Nancy ("Ann") Davis -- Ch. 43. Understanding, explaining, and eliminating sexual harassment / James P. Sterba -- Practical applications -- Ch. 44. Harris v. Forklift Systems, Inc. / Supreme Court of the United States -- Sect. VIII. Pornography -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 45. Pornography, civil rights, and speech / Catharine MacKinnon - - Ch. 46. Feminists against the First Amendment / Wendy Kaminer - - Practical applications -- Ch. 47. American Booksellers v. Hudnutt / United States District Court and Court of Appeals -- Ch. 48. Donald Victor Butler v. Her Majesty the Queen / The Supreme Court of Canada -- Sect. IX. Hate speech -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 49. No speech code / Gerald Gunther -- Ch. 50. Speech codes and diversity / Alan Dershowitz -- Ch. 51. Regulating racist speech on campus / Charles R. Lawrence III -- Ch. 52. The chilly climate on college campuses: an expansion of the hate speech debate / Katharine T. Bartlett and Jean O'Barr -- Practical applications - - Ch. 53. Corry v. Stanford University / The Superior Court of California -- Ch. 54. Free speech and bias on college campuses / ACLU policy statement -- Sect. X. Gay and lesbian rights -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 55. Homosexual conduct is wrong / John Finnis -- Ch. 56. Homosexual conduct is not wrong / Martha Nussbaum -- Ch. 57. Prejudice and homosexuality / Richard D. Mohr -- Ch. 58. Homosexuality's legal revolution / Carl F. Horowitz -- Practical applications -- Ch. 59. Baker v. Vermont (1999) / Supreme Court of Vermont -- Ch. 60. Lawrence v. Texas / Supreme Court of The United States -- Sect. XI. Animal liberation and environmental justice -- Introduction -- Alternative views - - Ch. 61. All animals are equal / Peter Singer -- Ch. 62. The unnatural idea of animal rights / Michael Pollan -- Ch. 63. The ethics of respect for nature / Paul W. Taylor -- Ch. 64. Morality as a compromise between anthropocentrism and nonanthropocentrism / James P. Sterba -- Ch. 65. The power and the promise of ecological feminism / Karen J. Warren -- Practical applications - - Ch. 66. From the Animal Welfare Act / Congress of the United States -- Ch. 67. Amendments to the Animal Welfare Act / Congress of the United States -- Ch. 68. Tennessee Valley Authority v. Hill / Supreme Court of the United States -- Sect. XII. Punishment and responsibility -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 69. The crime of punishment / Karl Menninger -- Ch. 70. A utilitarian theory of punishment / Richard B. Brandt -- Ch. 71. A critique of the humanitarian theory of punishment / C.S. Lewis -- Ch. 72. Classical retributivism / Edmund L. Pincoffs -- Practical applications -- Ch. 73. Deterrence and uncertainty / Ernest Van Den Haag -- Ch. 74. Civilization, safety, and deterrence / Jeffrey H. Reiman -- Ch. 75. Gregg v. Georgia 579 / Supreme Court of the United States -- Sect. XIII. War and international terrorism -- Introduction -- Alternative views -- Ch. 76. Reconciling pacifists and just war theorists / James P. Sterba -- Ch. 77. Can terrorism be morally justified? / Stephen Nathanson -- Ch. 78. Terrorism and international justice / James P. Sterba -- Ch. 79. The case for Iraq War II / Burton M. Leiser -- Ch. 80. Iraqi War II: a blatantly unjust war / James P. Sterba -- Practical applications -- Ch. 81. United Nations Security Council Resolution 1441 en_US
dc.format Monograph en_US
dc.language eng en_US
dc.source 268137
dc.subject Morality en_US
dc.subject.classification Bioethics en_US
dc.subject.classification Moral and Religious Aspects of Abortion en_US
dc.subject.classification Cloning en_US
dc.subject.classification Genetics, Molecular Biology and Microbiology en_US
dc.subject.classification Capital Punishment en_US
dc.subject.classification Suicide / Assisted Suicide en_US
dc.subject.classification War en_US
dc.subject.classification Biological and Chemical Weapons en_US
dc.subject.classification Animal Welfare en_US
dc.subject.classification Applied and Professional Ethics en_US
dc.subject.classification Prolongation of Life and Euthanasia en_US
dc.title MORALITY IN PRACTICE en_US
dc.provenance Digital citation created by the Bioethics Research Library, Georgetown University, for the National Information Resource on Ethics and Human Genetics, a project funded by the United States National Human Genome Research Institute en_US
dc.provenance Digital citation migrated from OpenText Livelink Discovery Server database named GenETHX to DSpace collection GenETHX hosted by Georgetown University en_US


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