Ethics Toolkit: A Compendium of Ethical Concepts and Methods (2nd edition 2024)

Baggini, Julian


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A new edition of the bestselling guide which equips readers with the skills necessary for engaging in ethical reflection The Ethics Toolkit offers an engaging and approachable introduction to the core concepts, principles, and methods of contemporary ethics. Explaining to students and general readers how to think critically about ethics and actually use philosophical concepts, this innovative volume provides the tools and knowledge required to engage intelligently in ethical study, deliberation, and debate.

Invaluable as both a complete guide and a handy reference, this versatile resource provides clear and authoritative information on a diverse range of topics, from fundamental concepts and major ethical frameworks to contemporary critiques and ongoing debates. Throughout the text, Fosl and Baggini highlight the crucial role ethics plays in our lives, exploring autonomy, free will, consciousness, fairness, responsibility, consent, intersectionality, sex and gender, and much more.

Substantially revised and expanded, the second edition of The Ethics Toolkit contains a wealth of new entries, new recommended readings, more detailed textual references, and numerous timely real-world and hypothetical examples.

Uses clear and accessible language appropriate for use inside and beyond the classroom
Contains cross-referenced entries to help readers connect and contrast ideas
Engages both non-Western and Western philosophy
Offer insights into key issues in ethics with a firm grounding in the history of philosophy
Includes an appendix of tools for the practice of ethics, including links to podcasts, web and print resources, and prominent ethics organizations

Written by the authors of the popular The Philosophers’ Toolkit, this new edition of The Ethics Toolkit is a must-have resource for anyone interested in ethics, from general readers to undergraduate and graduate students.

Format: Paperback
Pages: 400
Imprint: Wiley-Blackwell
Publication date: 24/01/2024

ISBN: 9781119891970 Category: