|Publisher:||Oxford University Press, USA|
room to move inside even the most challenging ethical problems, and thereby discover new and productive ways to deal with them. The book features numerous exercises and applications that consider a wide range of familiar ethical issues--including the moral status of animals, the death penalty,
poverty, drug use, and many others--and ends with some of the toughest: abortion, assisted suicide, and environmental ethics.
An ideal supplement for any general ethics course, Creative Problem-Solving in Ethics can also be used in more specific applied courses like bioethics, business ethics, and social ethics, as well as in critical thinking courses that emphasize ethics. In addition, it provides a concise and
engaging introduction to creative thinking for workshop participants and general readers. From the very beginning of the book, readers will discover that creative thinking can offer imaginative and promising alternatives to seemingly intractable ethical dilemmas.