Ethics
A Mirror Is for Reflection
Understanding Buddhist Ethics
By Jake H. Davis (Editor)
Review by Wendy C. Hamblet, Ph.D. on Tue, Jun 19th 2018.
A Mirror Is for Reflection by Jake H. Davis (Editor)In the case of Buddhist ethics, inquiring minds may wonder how it is possible for a conceptual line of thought that is non-dualistic can aspire to the starting line of ethics. Is there not, for ethical discussion to begin, the need for a metaphysics that permits the distinction between right and wrong? Without the two poles of good and evil, can ethics arise at all? If so, what kind of ethics would it be? Would goodness consist in full accomplishment of "right view" (what Thich Nhat Hahn has coined "Interbeing") or in degrees of individual accomplishment along the Eightfold Path? Can individu
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Human Dignity and Assisted Death
By Sebastian Muders (Editor)
Review by Prashant Kumar on Tue, May 29th 2018.
In recent years, Ruth Macklin's assertion that dignity is a "useless concept" [1] and Stephen Pinker's discussion of the "stupidity of dignity"[2] are claims which display skepticism about the notion of dignity (p. 2). In response to such claims, this book explains that, despite the skeptical treatment, the notion of dignity has not yet received a treatment that a) assembles all important perspectives and positions, b) examines the arguments that may be enhanced by it, and c) enriches the yet undertheorized role it currently holds in the literature. In order to give a proper account of the n
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Human Dignity and Assisted Death by Sebastian Muders (Editor)

The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Animal Minds
By Kristin Andrews and Jacob Beck (Editors)
Review by Bob Fischer on Tue, May 29th 2018.
The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Animal Minds by Kristin Andrews and Jacob Beck (Editors)Almost 10 years ago, Robert Lurz published The Philosophy of Animal Minds (Cambridge University Press, 2009). At the time, it was the only volume to collect the work of philosophers on the challenging empirical, conceptual, and methodological questions that arise when we try to think systematically about the mental lives of nonhuman beings. Philosophers have paid increasing attention to animal minds in the intervening years, but it's still the case that there are hardly any books devoted to this topic, and apart from Kristin Andrews The Animal Mind (Routledge, 2014), there aren't any that try
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Subhuman
The Moral Psychology of Human Attitudes to Animals
By T.J. Kasperbauer
Review by Wendy C. Hamblet, Ph.D. on Tue, May 22nd 2018.
Subhuman analyzes human attitudes toward animals, arguing that those attitudes are determined by our moral valuations of them, which according to Kasperbauer largely arise from their role as a contrast class to human beings.  The clearest example of the use of animals as a contrast class shows up in dehumanization studies literature. During some of the world's most shocking human tragedies, human groups have been compared to animals that trigger general feelings of disgust (rats, cockroaches, vermin, apes) in order to justify cruel treatment or murder of another group. The Nazis compared
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Subhuman by T.J. Kasperbauer

The Ethics of Choosing Children
By Simon Reader
Review by Hennie Weiss on Tue, May 15th 2018.
The Ethics of Choosing Children by Simon ReaderIn The Ethics of Choosing Children, author Simon Reader discusses the notion of bioethics and technologies of reproduction (such as ART - Assisted Reproductive technologies, in-vitro fertilization and various forms of prenatal testing) which allows for selection of not only sex, but the termination of and the selection of children with the preference for various traits over others. Reader acknowledges that there is both a social significance and a personal significance in such selections, as well as the notion of choice in the matter. Reader draws from various readings of others to develop hi
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Voracious Science and Vulnerable Animals
A Primate Scientistís Ethical Journal
By John Gluck
Review by Adam Shriver and Joyce Sato-Reinhold on Tue, May 8th 2018.
John Gluck’s autobiography traces the journey of a psychologist who begins his research career as a star protégé working on Harry Harlow’s famous social deprivation experiments on monkeys and ends up dedicating his life to publishing and lecturing on the ethics of animal experimentation.  Gluck’s writing demonstrates that he is an exceptionally perceptive person, and he carefully walks readers through his thought process as he begins life as someone finely attuned to the well-being of animals, later suppresses these feelings in the pursuit of science aimed
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Voracious Science and Vulnerable Animals by John Gluck

Forgiveness is Really Strange
By Masi Noor, Marina Cantacuzino and Sophie Standing
Review by Christian Perring on Tue, May 8th 2018.
Forgiveness is Really Strange by Masi Noor, Marina Cantacuzino and Sophie StandingThis little illustrated book takes a psychological approach to a moral concept. The authors argue for the psychological benefits of forgiveness, giving many examples. A nice feature of the book is acknowledging the difficulty of forgiveness, and how one can forgive one day only to find oneself angry again the next. They argue that forgiving someone can help you from holding onto the anger and this has both psychological benefits and physical health benefits. It can also have social benefits when it ends cycles of violence. But they also point that that sometimes forgiveness is not a good idea
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Arguments about Abortion
Personhood, Morality, and Law
By Kate Greasley
Review by Bob Lane on Tue, Apr 3rd 2018.
Abortion. In philosophy it raises many questions around several important issues including: When does life begin? What is a person? Is there a significant difference between biology and morality? How can thought experiments help us sort out these problems, or in what ways are innocent violin players and fetuses the same? How useful are thought experiments? Can we learn anything useful through them or are they just weird? Is abortion killing? Is all killing wrong? What do we learn about abortion from Judith Jarvis Thomson and her famous thought experiment? ["You wake up in the morning and find
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Arguments about Abortion by Kate Greasley

 
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