The Journal of the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum
Elaine Englehardt and Michael Pritchard, Co-editors
Teaching Ethics is dedicated to ethical issues across the curriculum with particular attention to pedagogical methodology and practice in both academic inquiry and professional practice. This peer-reviewed journal reflects the dynamic nature of ethical discourse in these areas with a commitment to open and neutral dialogue. Its editorial philosophy is centered on the belief that ethics is a dimension of academic inquiry rather than an isolated philosophical discipline. Its primary mission is to provide a forum for academic dialogue in ethics instruction across disciplines such as business, medicine, trades, technology, law, and other areas of liberal education.
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Teaching Ethics is sponsored by the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum. Contributors include Michael Davis, Maughn Gregory, Lisa Newton, Mollie Painter-Morland, Louis Pojman, Wade Robison, Holmes Rolston III, Stephen Satris, Nancy Snow, James Sterba, Patricia Werhane, and Regina Wolff.
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