Teaching ethics : an interdisciplinary approach

TitleTeaching ethics : an interdisciplinary approach
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1994
AuthorsAshmore, RB, Starr, WC
PublisherMarquette University Press
Place PublishedMilwaukee, Wis.
Publication Languageeng
Keywords(Higher) , and , ethics , ethics. , professional , Study , teaching
AbstractThis is the second volume of a two-volume collection of essays emerging from a two-year ethics across the curriculum project at Marquette University. Faculty members from the university were selected to participate in a series of two summer institutes that helped instructors learn how to teach ethical theory and how to integrate ethics into their undergraduate and graduate courses. The volume includes a series of essays from philosophers and participants in the summer institutes describing outcomes of the project. The first volume of this series is called Ethics Across the Curriculum: The Marquette Experience.
Notes94078564 (OCoLC)ocm32160266 (IITdb)490808 edited by Robert B. Ashmore & William C. Starr. 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references. Aristotle and Aquinas on the good life / Robert B. Ashmore – Kant, Mill, and the supreme principle of morality / William C. Starr – Beyond PC : the ethics of classroom controversy / James Arnt Aune – Integrating ethics into introductory biology / Paul R. Boehlke – Moral literacy : integrating ethics and freshman English / Richard Doctor – Challenging the receptacle model of education / Dorothy Engan-Barker – Weaving ethical threads into the nursing curriculum fabric / Patricia Finder-Stone – Business ethics and white collar crime : blueprint for an interdisciplinary course / William Maakestad – Implementing ethics across the curriculum / Mary Navarre – Beauty vs. aesthetics : ethics in the fine arts curriculum / Arthur Pontynen – Teaching business ethics to undergraduate management students / Laurence J. Quick – Moral development and freshman studies / Bruce W. Stuart – Assessing the ethic of care as an authentic moral theory / Lisa J. Uchno – Animal rights and animal welfare education / Lyle E. Westrom.
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