Table of contents for Ethics in practice : an anthology / edited by Hugh LaFollette.

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N: New to third edition; R: Revised for Ethics in Practice; W: Written for Ethics in Practice
Preface for Instructors
Acknowledgments
											
General Introduction
Theorizing about Ethics
Reading Philosophy	
	
Part I Ethical Theory
1. [CR3]Peter Vallentyne 
 Consequentialism NW
2. David McNaughton and Piers Rawling 
Deontology NW
3. Rosalind Hursthouse 
Virtue Theory NW
Part II		Life and Death
 Euthanasia
4. Brad Hooker 
Rule-Utilitarianism and Euthanasia W
5. Tom L. Beauchamp 
Justifying Physician-Assisted Deaths W
6. J. David Velleman to be cleared
Against the Right to Die R
7. John Hardwig 
Dying at the Right Time: Reflections on (Un)Assisted Suicide W
8. Felicia Cohn and Joanne Lynn 
A Duty to Care Revisited NR
 Abortion
9. Judith Jarvis Thomson
A Defense of Abortion
10.	 Mary Anne Warren 
	 On the Moral and Legal Status of Abortion R
11.	 Don Marquis 
	 An Argument that Abortion Is Wrong W
12. 	Margaret Olivia Little 
		The Moral Permissibility of Abortion N
13.		Rosalind Hursthouse To be cleared
		Virtue Theory and Abortion R
 Animals
14.		Peter Singer
		All Animals Are Equal
15.		Michael Allen Fox
		The Moral Community
16.		R. G. Frey to be cleared 
		Moral Standing, the Value of Lives, and Speciesism
17.		Tom Regan to be cleared
		The Case for Animal Rights
Part III	The Personal Life
 Family and Reproductive Technology
18.		Jane English
		What Do Grown Children Owe Their Parents?
19.		James Rachels
		Morality, Parents, and Children
20.		Ruth Macklin
		Artificial Means of Reproduction and Our Understanding of the Family
21.		Elizabeth S. Anderson
		Is Women¿s Labor a Commodity?
22.		John Harris
		¿Goodbye, Dolly?¿ The Ethics of Human Cloning
23.		Leon R. Kass
		The Wisdom of Repugnance: Why We Should Ban the Cloning of Humans N
 Sexuality
24.		Vincent C. Punzo
Morality and Human Sexuality
25.		Alan H. Goldman
		Plain Sex
26.		Michael Levin
		Why Homosexuality Is Abnormal R
27.	 	John Corvino
		Homosexuality and the Moral Relevance of Experience W
Part IV	Liberty and Equality
 Paternalism and Risk
28.		John Stuart Mill
		Freedom of Action
29.		Lester H. Hunt
		On Improving People by Political Means
30.		James Q. Wilson
		Against the Legalization of Drugs
31.		Douglas Husak
		Why We Should Decriminalize Drug Use N
32.		Todd C. Hughes and Lester H. Hunt
		The Liberal Basis of the Right to Bear Arms R
33.		Hugh LaFollette 
		Gun Control 
 Free Speech
34.		John Stuart Mill
		Freedom of Thought and Discussion
35.		Susan J. Brison
		¿The Price We Pay?¿ Pornography and Harm NR
36.		Andrew Altman
		The Right to Get Turned On: Pornography, Autonomy, Equality N
37.		John Arthur
		Sticks and Stones W
38.		Andrew Altman
		Speech Codes and Expressive Harm W
 Sexual and Racial Discrimination
39.		Michele Moody-Adams
		Racism N
40.		Thomas E. Hill, Jr.
		Servility and Self-Respect
41.		Anita M. Superson
		Sexual Harassment
42.		Lois Pineau
		Date Rape
43.		Larry May and Robert Strikwerda
		Men in Groups: Collective Responsibility for Rape R
 Affirmative Action
44.		Louis P. Pojman
		The Case against Affirmative Action NR
45.		Ronald Dworkin
		The Rights of Allan Bakke
46.		Luke Charles Harris and Uma Narayan
Affirmative Action as Equalizing Opportunity: Challenging the Myth of ¿Preferential Treatment¿ W
Part V	Justice
 Punishment
47.		James Rachels
		Punishment and Desert W
48.		John M. Doris
		Out of Character: On the Psychology of Excuses in the Criminal Law NW
49.		John Paul Wright, Francis T. Cullen, and Kevin M. Beaver NW?
		Does Punishment Work? NW
50.		Louis P. Pojman
		In Defense of the Death Penalty W
51.		Jeffrey Reiman
		Against the Death Penalty
 Economic Justice
52.		John Rawls
		A Theory of Justice
53.		Robert Nozick
		The Entitlement Theory of Justice
54.		Iris Marion Young
		Displacing the Distributive Paradigm
55.		Jonathan Wolff
		Economic Competition: Should We Care about the Losers? W
 World Hunger
56.		Peter Singer
		Famine, Affluence, and Morality
57.		John Arthur
		Famine Relief and the Ideal Moral Code W
58.		Thomas W. Pogge
		Eradicating Systemic Poverty: Brief for a Global Resources Dividend R
59.		Holmes Rolston III
		Feeding People versus Saving Nature R
 Environment
60.		Aldo Leopold
		The Land Ethic
61.		David Schmidtz to be cleared
		A Place for Cost-Benefit Analysis NR
62.		Thomas E. Hill, Jr.
		Ideals of Human Excellence and Preserving Natural Environments
63.		Alan Carter 
		Hume and Nature W
 War and Terrorism
64.		Joseph Boyle. To be cleared
		Just War Doctrine and the Military Response to Terrorism NR>
65.		Douglas P. Lackey
		Nipping Evil in the Bud: The Questionable Ethics of Preventive Force NW
66.		Charles R. Beitz 
		The Justifiability of Humanitarian Intervention NR
67.		William J. Hawk
		Pacifism: Reclaiming the Moral Presumption NW

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Applied ethics.
Ethical problems.