An Introduction to Ethics

by Besong, Brian;

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An Introduction to Ethics

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It is natural for us to wonder what should I do, and why? And although a combination of common sense and upbringing aids us in answering our questions, it is also natural for us to seek answers that are grounded in something deeper and more enduring than our personal dispositions and those of our parents. We seek a genuinely good life and the practical wisdom necessary to arrive at happiness. In this Introduction to Ethics, Brian Besong presents a comprehensive and contemporary introduction to the practical wisdom handed down to us by Aristotle, St. Thomas Aquinas, and many others--a position now commonly called ""natural law."" Written as a beginner's guide, the book systematically explores a range of moral issues including moral knowledge, happiness, right and wrong action, and virtues, to name a few. Introduction to Ethics explains in a lively way how natural law provides principled and persuasive answers to our most fundamental moral questions. ""An introduction to traditional natural law theory that is both philosophically substantive and accessible to a general audience has been badly needed.

An Introduction to Ethics was published by Cascade Books in January 2018. The ISBN for An Introduction to Ethics is 9781498298896.

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PublisherCascade Books (January 2018)
Product Code4549033
Page last updated 25th May 2018
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