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Ethics Across the Curriculum : A Practice-Based Approach - Michael Boylan

Ethics Across the Curriculum

A Practice-Based Approach

Paperback Published: 26th September 2003
ISBN: 9780739107690
Number Of Pages: 174

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Based on the results of their successful eight-year faculty seminar, Michael Boylan and James Donahue provide a practical framework and concrete suggestions for engaging questions of ethics in the university curriculum. This framework will enable college and university professors to address a full range of ethical issues as they arise in classroom discussion, both in the academic disciplines and in professional education. This book contains the insights of both a philosopher and a theologian as it draws on classic theories of ethics in multiple disciplines. It is designed for use by humanists and theists alike. The book provides means for educators and students to work through the following kinds of questions: What ought I to do when faced with ethical choices? What kinds of persons do we aspire to be? What are the ethical messages conveyed in our intellectual disciplines? How do the professions and professional choices reflect ideas of a good society? Ethics across the Curriculum: A Practice-Based Approach will be an essential guide for developing curriculum and pedagogical goals to meet the challenges of ethics education. It will be a great help for professors, school administrators, and all interested in ethics in the university context.

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Ethics across the Curriculum belongs in a tradition of liberal arts that goes back to the earliest American colleges. Even when ethics fell from its unique place in the curriculum, it gradually reappeared, asserting its importance to the development of the student's conscience and ways of knowing the good. As we now rethink the place of ethics in our colleges and universities, Boylan and Donahue's book will be an important guide for faculty who wish to pursue the critical inquiry into values in the classroom, and for administrators who wish to make ethics pervasive in the undergraduate or professional curriculum. This is a timely and significant contribution.--Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez, Youngstown State University

Prefacep. vii
Ethics in the University Contextp. 1
Introducing Ethics into Every Department: An Overviewp. 21
The Use of Narrative and Character in Ethics across the Curriculump. 37
The Worldview Theory of Moralityp. 57
The Embedded-Values Approachp. 71
Ethics in Professional Educationp. 91
Religion and Other Valuesp. 113
From Theory to Action: Ethics across the Curriculump. 137
Appendix 1p. 151
Appendix 2p. 153
Appendix 3p. 155
Indexp. 157
About the Authorsp. 163
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ISBN: 9780739107690
ISBN-10: 0739107690
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 174
Published: 26th September 2003
Publisher: Lexington Books
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.91 x 16.31  x 1.35
Weight (kg): 0.28

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