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  • ...l epistemological position in and of itself, completely reject philosophy, ethics, and the reasons why [[logical positivism]] (an almost identical, although ...rodin Associate Professor of Philosophy and Associate Director of Law, and Ethics Program both of the Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health
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  • ...or held in disdain, and is largely ignored as a part of [[morality]] and [[ethics]]. Feminism questions both sides of this equation. It discusses how both as
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  • [[Category:Ethics]]
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  • ...tern writings on social justice was penned by [[Aristotle]] in Nicomachean Ethics volume V. This work discussed [[distributive justice]].<ref>http://www.psyc
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  • ..., Moral Philosophy: A Systematic Introduction to Normative Ethics and Meta-ethics. (Macmillan, 1967)</ref>
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  • Aristotle introduced the concept of praxis in ''Nicomahean Ethics''. Aristotle asserts that there are three basic activities of humans: theor
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  • ...t is a reaction against the prevailing sympathetic-spectator theory inside ethics popularized by David Hume. Rawls objects to this in two ways. The first is [[category:Ethics]]
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  • ...normative ethical action. This has been criticized as a poor grounding of ethics, even if it is correct <ref>http://www.libertarianism.org/blog/six-reasons-
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  • [[Category:Ethics]]
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  • [[Category:Ethics]]
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  • ==Ethics== Harris's 2010 popular ethics book ''The Moral Landscape: How Science Can Determine Human Values'' is gea
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  • [[Category:Ethics]]
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  • <!-- This article is actually part of a series on ethics in games journalism --> Members of the #gamergate movement claim that the movement is about ethics in video game journalism, where they see certain websites as mouthpieces fo
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  • [[Category:Ethics]]
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  • ...ergate-278063</ref> However, given that Gamergate was asserted to be about ethics in game journalism, it is questionable how Sarkeesian is related as a game
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  • ...or held in disdain, and is largely ignored as a part of [[morality]] and [[ethics]]. Feminism questions both sides of this equation. It discusses how both as
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  • ...tern writings on social justice was penned by [[Aristotle]] in Nicomachean Ethics volume V. This work discussed [[distributive justice]].<ref>http://www.psyc
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  • ...t is a reaction against the prevailing sympathetic-spectator theory inside ethics popularized by David Hume. Rawls objects to this in two ways. The first is [[category:Ethics]]
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  • ...l epistemological position in and of itself, completely reject philosophy, ethics, and the reasons why [[logical positivism]] (an almost identical, although ...rodin Associate Professor of Philosophy and Associate Director of Law, and Ethics Program both of the Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health
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