Ethics a beginners guide by peter cave is one of a series of beginners guides books cave is a lecturer in philosophy and provides a basic overview of various ethical perspectives in chapters on utilitarianism deontology virtue ethics religion and existentialism. How ought we to live should we aim to maximise happiness are there certain characteristics that we should try to foster within ourselves from utilitarianism to kants categorical imperative from the ancient greeks to sartre peter cave presents ethics through a fascinating global historical lens and relates it to everyday life and 21st century politics. Peter cave writer and broadcaster peter cave teaches philosophy for the open university and city university london he chairs the humanist philosopher s group and is often in debate talking about paradoxes while arguing for good reasoning especially in ethical political and religious life. Ethics a beginners guide beginners guides kindle edition by peter cave download it once and read it on your kindle device pc phones or tablets use features like bookmarks note taking and highlighting while reading ethics a beginners guide beginners guides. Peter cave university of cambridge philosophy department alumnus studies philosophy peter caves latest book february 2015 is ethics a beginners guide following on from his philosophy a beginners guide some burbles by peter
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