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From the Publisher"An admirable feature is that most cases are entirely real, with facts backed up by copious." (The Philosopher, Autumn 2010)
"For those tired of the usual text in moral or social problems, Ethics in Action offers a welcome vacation. While most of the topics are familiar (the environment, social relations, biomedical ethics, and so on), most of the cases in those sections are not. All the cases are interesting in themselves. No trolley problems here!"
- Michael Davis, Illinois Institute of Technology
"This well-written book admirably shows how case-driven moral reasoning is a complex, sophisticated process, one grounded in a rational framework. Readers will learn much from the authors' approach and be deeply challenged by the cases."
- Christopher Meyers, Kegley Institute of Ethics
"This book provides an invaluable resource for classroom discussion. It is rich with examples that will draw students into a deeper exploration of theory. A must-have for anyone serious about teaching ethics."
- Aine Donovan, Dartmouth College