Ethics Course Bibliography

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  • Ariely, D. (2012). Why We Lie. Wall Street Journal. New York.
  • Aristotle. "Nichomachean Ethics, Books 1-3." Retrieved August 19, 2010, from Internet Clasics Archive.
  • Bloom, P. (2013). Just Babies, Random House.
  • Cooper, D. Chapter 1: Introduction to Philosophical Ethics. New York, St. Martin's Press.
  • Cooper, D. Chapter 5: Cognitive and Moral Development. New York, St. Martin's Press.
  • de Waal, F. (2006). Morally Evolved: Primate Social Instincts, Human Morality, and the Rise and Fall of "Veneer Theory". Primates and Philosophers. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press: 1-59.
  • Eco, U. (2002). "When the Other Appears on the Scene." Cross Currents 52(3): 19-30.
  • Haidt, J. (2006). Chapter 1: The Divided Self. The Happiness Hypothesis: finding modern truth in ancient wisdom. New York, Basic Books: 1-22.
  • Haidt, J., Ed. (2012). The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion. New York, Pantheon.
  • Korsgaard, C. M. (2006). Morality and the Distinctiveness of Human Action. Primates and Philosophers. S. Macedo and J. Ober. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press: 98-120.
  • Sachs, J. (2005). Chapter 15, "Can the Rich Afford to Help the Poor". The End of Poverty. New York, Penguin.
  • Sandel, M. (2007). Justice: A Reader, Oxford.
  • Sandel, M. (2009). Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?, Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
  • Singer, P. Rich and Poor.
  • Singer, P. (2002). Chapter 1: A Changing World. One World. P. Singer. Australia, Yale University Press.
  • Singer, P. (2002). Chapter 2: One Atmosphere. One World. P. Singer. Australia, Yale University Press: 14-50.
  • Singer, P. (2006). Morality, Reason, and the Rights of Animals. Primates and Philosophers. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press: 140-161.