The Right Thing to Do: Readings in Moral Philosophy

Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (2019)
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Now in its eighth edition, James Rachels’ and Stuart Rachels’ The Right Thing to Do: Readings in Moral Philosophy continues its legacy of providing students a diverse collection of thought-provoking essays. New to this edition are eight essays relevant to the today’s students, from gun rights to the opioid crisis to racial equality.

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