Author: Richard Paul and Linda Elder
Publisher: Foundation for Critical Thinking
Dimensions: 51/4" x 8"
ISBN (10Digit): 0-944583-17-2
ISBN (13Digit): 978-0-944583-17-3
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This guide provides insights into the nature of ethical reasoning, why it is so often flawed, and how to avoid those flaws. It lays out: the function of ethics, its main impediments, the social counterfeits of ethics, the elements of ethical reasoning, important ethical abilities and traits, the vocabulary of ethics, and the intellectual standards essential to the assessment of ethical reasoning.
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