You are hereBiblio
Macpherson, James A. E. 1; Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org; Affiliation: 1: Philosophy Department, The Ohio State University, 350 University Hall, 230 N. Oval Mall, Columbus, OH 43210, USA; Source Info: Sep2008, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p377; Subject Term: SAFETY; Subject Term: RISK; Subject Term: RISK assessment; Subject Term: SUBJECTIVITY; Subject Term: PROBABILITIES; Author-Supplied Keyword: Risk acceptability; Author-Supplied Keyword: Safety; Author-Supplied Keyword: Subjectivity; Number of Pages: 14p; Document Type: Article
ill. ; 24 cm.Beginnings -- Tools in history -- The prehominid era -- Making stone tools -- Tools have downsides -- Humans turn to fire -- One tool leads to another: the birth of language -- A view as to how language might have begun -- Tools at the dawn of history -- Putting it in writing -- Money and metals -- Humans acquire power -- Tools and intentionality -- What is/are ethics? -- Ethics: the word -- Ethics as hypotheses or "best guesses" (absolute and relative ethics) -- Ethics as the set point in a control system modulating human behavior -- Ethics and values -- Ethics in history -- Ethics in practice: normative and metaethics -- Toward a well-founded metaethics -- The issue of determinism and free will -- What about responsibility? -- The "is-ought" question -- Descriptive ethics -- Ethical systems -- Ethical systems compared -- Resolving ethical conflicts -- Teaching and learning ethics -- The early years -- Growing up -- Influential bodies -- Ethics and science and engineering courses at the tertiary level of education -- Ethics experts? -- Engineers as toolmakers and users -- Defining an engineer -- The fourfold way -- The need to use and acquire knowledge -- Achieving the practical -- Being a genius -- The ethics component -- The process of doing science can cause ethical concerns -- Fabrication and falsification of data -- Plagiarism -- Data selection, manipulation, and management -- Conflict of interest -- Authorship issues -- Mentoring issues -- Peer review: misconduct/theft -- Safety issues.Includes bibliographical references and index.by Raymond E. Spier. More Records: Show record informationBook
Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
© Association for Practical and Professional Ethics 2013
Case from the February 28, 2013 Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl
24 cm.I. An Introduction to Ethical Theory. A. Moral Argument and Ethical Theory. B. Influential Ethical Ideas and Theories -- II. Western Religions and Environmental Attitudes -- III. The Other Animals -- IV. Constructing an Environmental Ethic. A. The Broader, Biotic Community. B. Approaches to Conflict Resolution. C. Deep Ecology and Social Ecology. D. Ecofeminism -- V. Economics, Ethics, and Ecology. A. Letting the Market Decide. B. Cost-Benefit Analysis. C. Ecological Sustainability -- VI. Problems and Environmental Policies. A. Human Population and Pressure on Resources. B. From the Commons to Property. C. Preserving Biodiversity. D. Forests and Wilderness. E. Degrading the Planet -- VII. Varieties of Activism.Includes bibliographical references (p. 641-649).Donald VanDeVeer, Christine Pierce. More Records: Show record informationBook
Case from the February 3, 1996 Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl. Copyright Robert Ladenson, Center for the
Study of Ethics at the Illinois Institute of Technology, 1996
West, Jonathan P. 1 Berman, Evan M. 2; Affiliation: 1: Professor of political science, University of Miami 2: Professor of public administration, Louisiana State University; Source Info: Summer2004, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p189; Subject Term: ETHICS; Subject Term: BUSINESS ethics; Subject Term: POLITICAL ethics; Subject Term: CORPORATE culture; Subject Term: EMPLOYEES -- Training of; NAICS/Industry Codes: 611430 Professional and Management Development Training; Number of Pages: 18p; Illustrations: 1 Diagram, 6 Charts; Document Type: Article
Case from the 2013 Bioethics Bowl head as part of the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference. Hosted by Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. April 5-7, 2013.
Case from the March 6, 1997 Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl. Copyright Robert Ladenson, Center for the Study of Ethics at the Illinois Institute of Technology, 1997.
Case from the 1995 Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl