Ethics 101 : A Common Ethics Language for Dialogue

TitleEthics 101 : A Common Ethics Language for Dialogue
Publication TypeWeb Article
Year of Publication2007
AuthorsWerhane, P, Gold, A, Hartman, L, Holm, K, Paeth, S, Strain, C, Wellman, D
Corporate AuthorsDePaul University, Ethics Across the Curricula Committee,, Institute for Business and Professional Ethics, DePaul University,
Pagination28 p.
Date Published2007
PublisherInstitute for Business and Professional Ethics, DePaul University
Place PublishedChicago, IL
Keywordseducation , Ethics Across the Curriculum
AbstractThis document, developed for use in the Ethics Across the Curricula initiative started at DePaul University, is meant to share some commonly used tools in thinking about and teaching ethics in various disciplines. It includes a discussion about what ethics is and why it can be taught to adults, discusses some different approaches to ethical reasoning, commonly used terms when discussing ethics, and some suggested models for ethical decision making.
URLhttp://commerce.depaul.edu/ethics/docs/EthicsManual.pdf
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