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Author: Larry May
Release Date: July 2010
The new fifth edition of Applied Ethics covers a wide variety of contemporary moral issues from many cultural perspectives.
This approach permits students to appreciate diverse ethical positions different from those they may have been acculturated into. Topics include hotly debated issues such as abortion, euthanasia, racial discrimination and injustice as well human rights, war and violence, gender issues and human cloning.