Moral Education Character and Morality (CM) Cultural Studies (CUS) Civic Studies (CIS) Teaching universal ethical values, such as fairness, caring, honesty, resilience, tolerance and respect. The development of moral thinking for individuals as active members of their families, social environment and communities at large. Focusing on local
The Christian Ethics Today Foundation publishes Christian Ethics Today in order to provide laypersons, educators, and ministers with a resource for understanding and responding in a faithful Christian manner to moral and ethical issues that are of concern to contemporary Christians, to the church, and to society.
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Aug 03, 2004 · The moral theory of Aristotle, like that of Plato, focuses on virtue, recommending the virtuous way of life by its relation to happiness. His most important ethical work, Nicomachean Ethics, devotes the first book to a preliminary account of happiness, which is then completed in the last chapters of the final book, Book X. This account ties ...
Computer ethics deals with the procedures, values and practices that govern the process of consuming computing technology and its related disciplines without damaging or violating the moral values and beliefs of any individual, organization or entity.
Many medical research institutions make use of non-human animals as test subjects. Animals may be subject to experimentation or modified into conditions useful for gaining knowledge about human disease or for testing potential human treatments. Because animals as distant from humans as mice and rats share many physiological and genetic similarities with humans, animal experimentation can be ...
The Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) is a comprehensive, international organization dedicated to advancing scholarship, education, and practice in practical and professional ethics. Through its programming and multidisciplinary membership, APPE supports and trains the next generation of ethics faculty and professionals, works to improve ethical conduct in our communities and workplaces, and advances public dialogue in ethics and values.