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Underivative duty : British moral philosophers from Sidgwick to Ewing
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ISBN: 1283215543 9786613215543 0191616141 Year: 2011 Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press,

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A team of eminent contemporary philosophers present the first collective study of seminal British moral thinkers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Some, like Henry Sidgwick and G.E. Moore, are already recognised as leading philosophers of their day. Others, like Hastings Rashdall and A.C. Ewing, are unjustly neglected.

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Wittgenstein als moralist : eine medienphilosophische relektüre
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ISBN: 3839411467 Year: 2009 Publisher: Bielefeld, [Germany] : transcript,

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Considérations sur les moeurs de ce siècle
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ISBN: 2745302310 Year: 2002 Volume: 10 Publisher: Paris Honoré Champion

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Johann Weiss (1620-1683) : Prof. der Ethik und Politik an der Universität Giessen
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Year: 1977 Volume: 30 Publisher: Giessen : Universitätsbibliothek,

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Putting the Horse before Descartes
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ISBN: 1592138268 1592138276 Year: 2011 Publisher: Philadelphia : Baltimore, Md. : Temple University Press, Project MUSE,

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When philosopher Bernard Rollin was six years old, he visited an animal shelter and was told about unwanted dogs being put to sleep. The event shaped his moral outlook and initiated his concern for how animals were treated. In his irreverent memoir, Putting the Horse before Descartes, Rollin provides an account of how he came to educate himself and others about the ethical treatment of animals and work toward improvements in animal welfare.Rollin describes, in witty, often disarming detail, how he became an outspoken critic of how animals were being treated in veterina


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Revista Romana de Bioetica
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ISSN: 15835170

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Nietzsche and the French moralists
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ISBN: 341601667X Year: 1982 Publisher: Bonn Bouvier

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Proefdieren en dierproeven
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Year: 1985 Publisher: Utrecht Elinkwijk,

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Resolving ethical dilemmas : a guide for clinicians.
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ISBN: 9781451176407 Year: 2013 Publisher: Philadelphia Wolters Kluwer,

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Phoning Home : Essays
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ISBN: 1611173728 Year: 2014 Publisher: Columbia, South Carolina : Baltimore, Md. : University of South Carolina Press, Project MUSE,

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"Phoning Home is a collection of entertaining and thought-provoking essays featuring the author's quirky family, his Jewish heritage, and his New York City upbringing. Jacob M. Appel's recollections and insights, informed and filtered by his advanced degrees in medicine, law, and ethics, not only inspire nostalgic feelings but also offer insight into contemporary medical and ethical issues. At times sardonic and at others self-deprecating, Appel lays bare the most private aspects of his emotional life. "We'd just visited my grandaunt in Miami Beach, the last time we would ever see her. I had my two travel companions, Fat and Thin, securely buckled into the backseat of my mother's foul-tempered Dodge Dart," writes Appel of his family vacation with his two favorite rubber cat toys. Shortly thereafter Fat and Thin were lost forever--beginning, when Appel was just six years old, what he calls his "private apocalypse." Both erudite and full-hearted, Appel recounts storylines ranging from a bout of unrequited love gone awry to the poignant romance of his grandparents. We learn of the crank phone calls he made to his own family, the conspicuous absence of Jell-O at his grandaunt's house, and family secrets long believed buried. The stories capture the author's distinctive voice--a blend of a physician's compassion and an ethicist's constant questioning. "--

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