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Talking about good and bad without getting ugly : a guide to moral persuasion / Paul Chamberlain. [print]

By: Chamberlain, Paul, 1954- [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, [(c)2005. Description: 126 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0830832688Subject(s): Ethical problems | Imaginary conversationsLOC classification: BJ1031.T355 2005BJ1031.C443.T355 2005Online resources: Table of contents 2
Contents:
To engage or not to engage : risky terrain ahead Redrawing the map : our changing moral landscape Techno-peril : new technologies, new moral dilemmas Outposts in our heads : understanding the moral confusion "What is truth?" : tolerance and truth in an age of pluralism Keep your morals to yourself : you shall not impose Where have we come so far? : marking our foundations Can I make a difference? : the battle for change.
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Non-fiction BJ1031.C493 2005 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001106018

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To engage or not to engage : risky terrain ahead Redrawing the map : our changing moral landscape Techno-peril : new technologies, new moral dilemmas Outposts in our heads : understanding the moral confusion "What is truth?" : tolerance and truth in an age of pluralism Keep your morals to yourself : you shall not impose Where have we come so far? : marking our foundations Can I make a difference? : the battle for change.

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