Matters of Life and Death: New Introductory Essays in Moral Philosophy download epub
by Tom Regan,Tom L. Beauchamp
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Matters Of Life And D. .The essays are written by moral philosophers who are among the leading thinkers of the world.
Bibliographic Citation. New York: Random House, 1986.
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A collection of original essays by leading moral philosophers, written specifically for students with no prior background in ethics
A collection of original essays by leading moral philosophers, written specifically for students with no prior background in ethics. I read this book with an open mind, ready for anything. I was happily surprised to find that for a book with such political implications the authors remained true to their goal: discovery of the truth. No matter whether you agree with them or not, this book is a valuable tool for anyone.
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Publisher: Random House USA Inc; 1st edition (November 2, 1988)
Pages: 359 pages