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Ethics for Everyone - by Larry R Churchill (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 208

Genre: Philosophy

Sub-Genre: Ethics & Moral Philosophy

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Author: Larry R Churchill

Language: English

TCIN: 79381296
UPC: 9780190080891
Item Number (DPCI): 247-33-8721

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"Ethics for Everyone is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to experience Larry Churchill's lifetime engagement with ethics in the clinic and in our lives. His graceful, clear, witty writing invites the reader to share a vital inquiry into the sources of moral confusion and to hone the skills essential to sound moral deliberation. It may seem odd to describe a book that challenges one's preconceptions as a pleasure to read and difficult to put down, but that's what Larry Churchill has accomplished here. Enthusiastically recommended for all readers from curious citizens to scholars and clinicians. An exceptional capstone to a lifetime of vital writing, teaching, and living." --, Tom Murray The Hastings Center


"In this fraught moral moment, Larry Churchill has written a remarkable and indispensable guide to examining and explaining our ethics and values. Churchill distills a set of skills from which we all can greatly benefit as we consider the complex moral dilemmas we face. Clear, concise, and wise, Churchill offers essential strategies for addressing the ethical conflicts that we face as individuals and a society. Ethics for Everyone is both practical and deeply humane; it's a book for everyone." -- Allan M. Brandt, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School


"I've been hoping for this book for a long time. Churchill�s approach to ethics teaching incorporates case analyses and exercises in a clear and accessible style, characterized by personal and interpersonal reflection. He shows readers that moral argument in bioethics should be rich and nuanced, emphasizing careful, respectful, and receptive listening and considering the details, words, and context that are essential to making and understanding health-related decisions. He emphasizes the central role of uncertainty in moral life, and reminds us that becoming a better person is a lifelong endeavor both teachable and rewarding." -- Nancy M. P. King, Wake Forest School of Medicine and Wake Forest University


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