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timmohs It was a required book for a philosophy class. Each of the remaining chapters is preceded by an introduction, and each selection is preceded by a brief summary and reader cues, which direct students to a specific section of the Moral Theory Primer in order to best help them understand the essay in question.
Mark Timmons University of Arizona. Text is simple enough to follow, just tedious to read when you’re assigned 20 pages at a time to read! Get to Know Us. A Reader, Fourth Edition, offers a unique pedagogical approach that bridges moral theory and applied ethics.
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