Taking sides. Clashing views on moral issues / Owen M. Smith, Anne Collins Smith
Book | McGraw Hill Education | 2019 | Fifteenth edition
Available at WCTC Social Issues Collection (BJ1012 .T24 2020)

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Fifteenth edition
iii, 337 pages ; 28 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
Unit 1: fundamental issues in morality--moral relativism correct?--does morality need religion?--unit 2: sex, marriage, and reproduction--is casual sex immoral?--is abortion immoral?--is it morally right to prohibit same-sex marriage?--is it immoral to clone human beings?--unit 3: law and society--is paid organ donation morally permissible?--do anti-smoking policies violate smokers' moral autonomy?--is torture ever morally justified?--can a person morally direct caregivers to withhold life-saving medical treatment if he or she develops moderate dementia?--is physician-assisted suicide morally permissible?--is it morally permissible for individuals to break quarantine?--are parents morally obligated to vaccinate their children?--unit 4: humanity, nature, and technology--does morality require vegetarianism?--is it right to produce genetically modified food?--is it morally necessary for autonomous vehicles to be programmed to kill their drivers?--is it moral to engage in relations with sex robots?--is it ethical to employ service animals.
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