9780415180986

Ethics and the University

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415180986

  • ISBN10:

    0415180988

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2/12/1999
  • Publisher: ROUTLEDGE
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Summary

Ethics and the Universitybrings together the practice of ethics in the university (academic ethics) and the teaching of practical or applied ethics in the university. The book offers an explanation of practical ethics' recent emergence as a university subject, discusses research ethics, and explores the teaching of practical ethics, including sexual ethics. Michael Davis situates the subject of ethics within the university into a wider social and historical context that will be helpful in sorting out the complex issues.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
Series editor's preface xi
PART I Introduction 1(42)
The ethics boom, philosophy, and the university
3(19)
Academic freedom, academic ethics, and professorial ethics
22(21)
PART II Research ethics 43(66)
The new world of research ethics: A Preliminiary Map
45(14)
Science: after such knowledge, what responsibility?
59(19)
University research and the wages of commerce
78(13)
Of Babbage and kings: a study of a plagiarism complaint
91(18)
PART III Teaching ethics 109(112)
Ethics across the curriculum
111(32)
Case method
143(32)
A moral problem in the teaching of practical ethics
175(20)
Sex and the university
195(26)
Notes 221(34)
Bibliography 255(11)
Index 266

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