My areas of specialization are in ethical theory and applied ethics, particularly biomedical ethics, military ethics, and technology ethics.
I am a university professor with years of teaching and publishing experience.
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Ph.D. in philosophy.
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Man, I've been teaching ethics for a long time and have never heard that one. I guess it depends on what you mean by 'obligation' and what the moral basis therein is. A bank cares less if you don't pay
Hello, This is pretty clearly never ethical. It's misleading, disingenuous, and unfair to those who have actually done real Ph.D.s. I think, though, that the problem isn't necessarily with the people
Hi Peter, This isn't an area that you'd directly study in a philosophy program, but rather you'd study ethical theory, etc., and could then write on this. (It's sort of a fringe area, though, and one
Dear John, I'm an ethicist, not a lawyer, so I might be the wrong person to contact. If you really wanted "redress" at this point, you'd need to take some action and an ethicist doesn't help you much
Well, different people have different answers, of course. Aristotle--who is the most well-known virtue ethicist--though that virtue was the "mean" between excess and deficiency. So courage, is a virtue
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