1133 books (57 pages) in this category
by Arthur;Bickford-Smith, Cor Schopenhauer
Schopenhauer believed that human action is determined not by reason but by 'will' - the blind and irrational desire for physical existence. These writings depict individuals struggling in a Godless world, in which art, morality and ...
Basic Reasoning Skills for the 21st Century
by Ronald C. Pine
by Nicolle, Ferrarello, Susi Zapien
<i>Ethical Experience </i>provides<i> </i>a unique phenomenological dialogue between psychology and philosophy. This novel approach focuses on lived experiences that belong to daily practical life, such self-identity and ethical decision-making.
by Joan C. Callahan
by Benedict Spinoza
Published shortly after his death, the Ethics is undoubtedly Spinoza's greatest work - an elegant, fully cohesive philosophical system that strives to provide a coherent picture of reality, and to comprehend the meaning of an ethical life. ...
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 BRIAN BOONE
Explore the mysteries of morality and the concept of right and wrong with this accessible, engaging guide featuring basic facts along with an overview of modern-day issues ranging from business ethics and bioethics to political and social ...
by Peter A. French
A Proactive Approach
by Sharon K. Anderson
<i>Ethics for Psychotherapists and Counselors</i> utilizes positive discussions accompanied by a variety of thought-provoking exercises, case scenarios, and writing assignments to introduce readers to all the major ethical issues in ...
Creating a Personal Code to Guide Decisions in Work and Life
by Ronald A. Howard
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. ...
The Faltering Project
by Jürgen Habermas
The future of Europe and the role it will play in the 21st century are among the most important political questions of our time. The optimism of a decade ago has now faded but the stakes are higher than ever. The way these questions are answered
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 Dr Simon Longstaff
Do I buy eggs laid by free-range chooks or the cheaper ones from caged birds? Do I tell my best friend I saw her boyfriend kissing another girl? Do I lie to my mum by telling her I will wear the jumper she bought me, even though it's the ugliest
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 ...