1. Science, Ethics and Rationality.
Aristotle and Foucault on Science and Applied Ethics: Bent Flyvberg.
Scientific Knowledge, Discourse Ethics, and Consensus Formation in the Public Domain: Matthias Kettner.
Citizen Virtues for a Technological Order: Langdon Winner.
2. Moral Agreement.
Actual vs. Hypothetical: Alison Jaggar.
Rule Utilitarianism and Applied Ethics: Richard Sikora.
Moral Philosophy as Subversive Activity: James Rachels.
Trust and Distrust of Moral Theorists: Annette Baier.
Socratic Scepticism: Roger Wertheimer.
3. Moral Theorizing and Moral Practices.
Reflections on some of the Sources of Hypocrisy: Nancy Ann Davis.
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4. Business Ethics.
How to Think Systematically about Business Ethics: Michael Philips.
Corporate Roles, Personal Virtues: An Aristotelian Approach to Business Ethics: Robert Solomon.
Moral Philosophy and Business Ethics: The Priority of the Political: Alistair Macleod.
Business Ethics and Stakeholder Analysis: Kenneth Goodpaster.
Philosophy and its Host: The Case of Business Ethics: Michael Yeo.
5. Environmental Ethics.
Environmental Ethics: Values in and Duties to the Natural World: Holmes Rolston III.
Ethics, Public Policy and Global Warming: Dale Jamieson.
Morality, Rationality and Politics: Solving the Greenhouse Dilemma: Peter Danielson.
6. Biomedical Ethics.
From Kantianism to Contextualism: The Rise and Fall of the Paradigm Theory in Bioethics: Earl Winkler.
Can Ethnography Save the Life of Medical Ethics?: Barry Hoffmaster.
Ethics Codes and Guidelines for Health Care Research: Can Respect for Autonomy be a Multi-cultural Principle?: Edward Keyserlingk.
The Functions and Limitations of a Professional Code of Ethics: Dale Beyerstein.