Unifying Ethics provides a simple yet powerful response to the ethical challenge of our time: How can respect for diversity be encouraged, but also honesty, responsibility, and other desirable attitudes, values, and behaviors be encouraged? The book presents five approaches to ethical evaluation. These approaches are grounded respectively in consequences, virtues, deontology, intuition, and tradition.
Rick Szostak is Professor of Economics at the University of Alberta, Canada. Professor Szostak holds Ph.D. in Economics from Northwestern University.
Chapter 1 List of Tables Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 Characteristics and Plan of this Book Chapter 4 Types of Ethical Analysis Chapter 5 Epistemological Speculations Chapter 6 The Non-Human Environment Chapter 7 Genetic Predispositions Chapter 8 Culture Chapter 9 Individual Differences Chapter 10 The Economy Chapter 11 Politics Chapter 12 Social Structure Chapter 13 Technology and Science Chapter 14 Health and Population Chapter 15 Art Chapter 16 Concluding Remarks Chapter 17 References Chapter 18 Index