Essays in American Ethics

Essays in American Ethics

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by James Sellers
     
 

This work offers and examines the contributions of James Sellers to the field of ethics. His seminal contributions to health care (medical) ethics, public ethics, contemporary theology, and human rights' issues are underscored through a careful selection of representative writings. Students and scholars of ethics, religion, philosophy, and medicine will find this

Overview

This work offers and examines the contributions of James Sellers to the field of ethics. His seminal contributions to health care (medical) ethics, public ethics, contemporary theology, and human rights' issues are underscored through a careful selection of representative writings. Students and scholars of ethics, religion, philosophy, and medicine will find this book engaging and constructive. Cogently argued and presented, the work is ably anchored in the disciplines yet never removed from the practices of everyday life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780820416694
Publisher:
Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/01/1992
Pages:
242

Meet the Author

The Author: James Sellers is David Rice Professor of Ethics at Rice University. A Vanderbilt Ph.D. and former Dean of Vanderbilt Divinity, Sellers is the author of numerous important works including Public Ethics, Theological Ethics, and Warming Fires.
Barry Arnold is associate professor of Religious Studies and Philosophy at the University of West Florida where he has received two major awards for Distinguished Teaching. An Emory Ph.D., he is the author of many works including The Pursuit of Virtue, Peter Lang 1989.

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Essays in American Ethics 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this work speaks to so many disciplines, such as philosophy, humanities, medicine, theology. it is top drawer in every sense.