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Contents 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
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