3 edition of Applied ethics and ethical theory found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by David M. Rosenthal and Fadlou Shehadi ; foreword by Margaret P. Battin and Leslie P. Francis.|
|Series||Ethics in a changing world,, v. 1|
|Contributions||Rosenthal, David M., Shehadi, Fadlou.|
|LC Classifications||BJ1012 .A66 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 325 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||325|
|LC Control Number||88014304|
The Cheat Sheet: Rules of Thumb in Applied Ethics. The following tables summarize the theories considered in this textbook. The first includes the traditional theories and the second encapsulates the contemporary theories built to respond to cultural relativism. Applied ethics and ethical theory. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Applied ethics and ethical theory. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Ethical theory serves as the foundation for ethical solutions to the difficult situations people encounter in life. In fact, for centuries, philosophers have come up with theoretical ways of telling right from wrong and for giving guidelines about how to live and act ethically. Here are a few ethical theories to whet your appetite: Virtue [ ]. Ethics Applied is a boutique training company specialising in developing ethical behaviour in the workplace. Our focus is on making ethics in the workplace practical and applied, so that it can be understood by everyone, from front line staff, through to organisational leaders.
Defining Ethics and Applying the Theories 3 Michael Dahnke and H. Michael Dreher 2. Knowing When and How to Advocate 15 Applied Ethics in Nursing is designed to give practicing and student nurses an easily understandable guide to the kind of everyday ethical dilemmas they may face. The book uses a question and answer format along with. Applied ethics is a branch of ethics devoted to the treatment of moral problems, practices, and policies in personal life, professions, technology, and government. In contrast to traditional ethical theory—concerned with purely theoretical problems such as, for example, the development of a general criterion of rightness—applied ethics.
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The book incorporates a wealth of research on ethical theories, keeping in view the spirit of ethics and the demands of the situations; for a reasoned balance between the two is the key to applied ethics.
The book argues that ethical theories are objective but defeasible in overriding circumstances where competing values deserve preference.
Applied ethics is the actual application of ethical theory for the purpose of choosing an ethical action in a given issue. Applied ethics is usually divided into various Applied ethics and ethical theory book. Business ethics discusses ethical behavior in the corporate world, while professional ethics refers directly to a professional in his field.
Biomedical and. Ethics - Ethics - Applied ethics: The most striking development in the study of ethics since the mids was the growth of interest among philosophers in practical, or applied, ethics—i.e., the application of normative ethical theories to practical problems.
This is not, admittedly, a totally new departure. From Plato onward, moral philosophers have concerned themselves with practical. Normative ethics in particular is concerned with articulating and developing the general ethical theories in terms of which ethical opinions at the applied level might be justified.
Central issues in normative ethics include what it is for an action to be morally permissible and what it is for a society to be just. Underpinning theory. Applied ethics is distinguished from normative ethics, which concerns standards for right and wrong behavior, and from meta-ethics, which concerns the nature of ethical properties, statements, attitudes, and judgments.
Whilst these three areas of ethics appear to be distinct they are also interrelated. The use of an applied ethics approach often draws upon certain. The term “Kantian ethics” refers primarily to the ethical theory of Immanuel KANT () but is used more generally to refer to other theories that incorporate some of Kant's central ideas, including the good will, the moral law, moral obligation, acting from duty, the categorical imperative, the opposing of duty to inclination, ethical FORMALISM, rationalism, universality, DEONTOLOGY Author: Vandy Evermon.
Ethical Theories. As mentioned previously, Rae suggests that ethics are a process that is both an art and a science. There are generally three philosophical approaches, or what may be considered the science, to ethical reasoning: utilitarian ethics; deontological ethics; virtue ethics.
The third book is a contribution to medical ethics that is discussion about methods in applied ethics and about theories of justification has there is a moral action but an ethical theory. But ethics applies as much to the behavior of the atheist as to that of the devout religious person.
Religion can set high ethical standards and can provide intense motivations for ethical behavior. Ethics, however, cannot be confined to religion nor is it the same as religion. Being ethical is also not the same as following the law.
However, the book covers only 4 major ethical theories: utilitarianism, deontology, virtue theory and natural law theory. So, it misses social contractarianism, divine command theory, ethical relativism, and ethical egoism.
I would have to supplement this text. The book concludes by providing valuable suggestions on how evaluators can make informed ethical decisions in their own evaluation practice.
Applied Ethics for Program Evaluation is recommended as a supplement in evaluation, research methods, education, management, psychology, sociology, and nursing research courses. ships among sentient beings. Ethical determinations are applied through the use of formal theories, approaches, and codes of conduct, such as codes that are devel-oped for professions and religions.
Ethics is an active process rather than a static condition, so some ethicists use the expression doing ethics. When people are doing. "Applied Ethics for Program Evaluation achieves its goal of providing evaluation practitioners with a theory of ethical decision making that they can realistically apply in their work It will serve as an excellent supplementary text in introductory or advanced courses in evaluation research.
The book will appeal to practicing evaluators because it addresses issues of immediate concern. This book introduces students to the important topic of tourism ethics and illustrates how ethical principles and theory can be applied to address contemporary tourism industry issues.
A critical role of the book is to highlight the ethical challenges in the tourism industry and to situate tourism ethics within wider contemporary discussions of Reviews: 1. The Dimensions of Ethics offers a concise but wide-ranging introduction to moral philosophy.
In clear and engaging fashion, the author first examines the scope of ethical theory, and explores central metaethical questions such as the issue of relativism, and the relationship between morality and religion.
He then turns to an exploration of five theoretical approaches (utilitarianism, the 2/5(1). normative ethics, which studies what features make something good/bad, an act right/wrong or a trait virtuous or vicious-or - metaethics, which studies philosophical questions about the meaning of ethical words, or the nature of ethical facts 2.
Applied ethics is a distinct category of ethical philosophy A. What is applied ethics. Applied ethics is a discipline of philosophy that attempts to apply ethical theory to real-life situations. The discipline has many specialized fields, such as engineering ethics, bioethics, geoethics, public service ethics and business ethics.
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice: An International Forum is a double-blind peer-reviewed philosophical journal which aims to publish the best work produced in all fields of ethics. It welcomes high quality submissions regardless of the tradition or school of thought from which they derive.
The use of the term "applied ethics" to denote a particular field of moral inquiry (distinct from but related to both normative ethics and meta-ethics) is a relatively new phenomenon. “Kant and Applied Ethics is a stimulating attempt to assess the relevance of Kantian theory for contemporary moral problems.
Kantian moral philosophers will find much to disagree with, but there is no doubt that the book raises important puzzles for Kantian moral theory.
Business Ethics is designed to meet the scope and sequence requirements of the single-semester business ethics course. This title includes innovative features designed to enhance student learning, including case studies, application scenarios, and links to video interviews with executives, all of which help instill in students a sense of ethical awareness and responsibility.Kant and Applied Ethics is an ambitious attempt to assess the success of Kant's moral theory in the field of applied book defends Kantian answers to a number of central questions in applied ethics but it also raises objections to Kant's ethical theory.
Applied Ethics and Moral Theory, make an important contribution to contemporary ethical debates, which will be useful both to undergraduates and professional philosophers.
From the Back Cover Recent years have seen the revival of the application of moral philosophy to contemporary practical problems, and a corresponding explosion of books on Cited by: