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One of the most helpful Philosophy books I have ever read! It was assigned to me by my Ethics professor Dr. Stephanie Bauer and I have no idea how useful it would become. I found it easy to read and comprehend I kept it for referencing. Now that I have graduated with a BA in Philosophy I realized I have used this book so much it is falling a part. Even though I have sold/donated all my other textbooks this one I'm keeping :)
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This book is an excellent introduction to the various theories of ethics with pro and con essays and excerpts on each theory. It gives, in one handy collection, insight into the thought processes that ... Read full review
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