The development of ethical reasoning abilities is vitally important -- both for living an ethical life and creating an ethical world. In this guide, the authors set out the foundations of ethical reasoning, and aim to introduce the intellectual tools and understandings necessary for reasoning through ethical issues and problems in an insightful manner.Sexism: discrimination against, and prejudicial stereotyping of, women. Slavery: impliesabsolute subjection to another; ownership by one person of another. Sly: implies working to achieve onea#39;sends by evasiveness, insinuation, furtiveness, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Thinker's Guide to Understanding the Foundations of Ethical Reasoning|
|Author||:||Richard Paul, Linda Elder|
|Publisher||:||Foundation Critical Thinking - 2006|