• Ethics 101

  • From Altruism and Utilitarianism to Bioethics and Political Ethics, an Exploration of the Concepts of Right and Wrong
  • By: Brian Boone
  • Narrated by: Fred Sanders
  • Length: 7 hrs
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (59 ratings)

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By: Brian Boone
Narrated by: Fred Sanders
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Publisher's Summary

Explore the mysteries of morality and the concept of right and wrong with this accessible, engaging guide featuring basic facts along with an overview of modern-day issues ranging from business ethics and bioethics to political and social ethics.

Ethics 101 offers an exciting look into the history of moral principles that dictate human behavior. Unlike traditional textbooks that overwhelm, this easy-to-listen-to guide presents the key concepts of ethics in fun, straightforward lessons and exercises featuring only the most important facts, theories, and ideas. Ethics 101 includes unique, accessible elements such as:

  • Explanations of the major moral philosophies including utilitarianism, deontology, virtue ethics, and Eastern philosophers including Avicenna, Buddha, and Confucius
  • Classic thought exercises including the trolley problem, the sorites paradox, and agency theory
  • Unique profiles of the greatest characters in moral philosophy
  • An explanation of modern applied ethics in bioethics, business ethics, political ethics, professional ethics, organizational ethics, and social ethics

From Plato to Jean-Paul Sartre and utilitarianism to antirealism, Ethics 101 is jam-packed with enlightening information that you can't get anywhere else!

©2017 Brian Boone (P)2017 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

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great book ,i have recommended it to my colleagues,very good book to read and hear.

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Keep learning.

I will keep in my library to refer back to it later. on going lesson.

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Great book!

I love book it cause you to look deep into yourself before judging someone else.

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The book I didn't feel was particularly good, a lot more time should have been spent on the different schools of thought, I felt everything was very superficial in approach and more background on the main thinkers of ethics should have been provided, not even just so that we can try to match the personal lives of the people behind the theories with the theories themselves, but as to make the journey of learning the theory more engaging and interesting. the narration was quite slow at times and too dry. Actually this subject would be most suited as a Great Course lecture.