How do race, class, and gender issues affect moral philosophy? This question is the focus of this ambitious new applied ethics anthology. Author Jeffrey R. Di Leo complements classical and contemporary readings with materials drawn from film, fiction, court cases, and current events to create this highly flexible and versatile volume.and used to show that there is a strong presumption that any abortion is morally impermissible. ... The ethics of killing in this essay would entail that contraception is wrong only if something were denied a human future of value by contraception anbsp;...
|Author||:||Jeffrey R. Di Leo|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages - 2002|