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International Journal of Applied Philosophy

Volume 16, Issue 2, Fall 2002

Mike W. Martin
Pages 279-283
DOI: 10.5840/ijap200216219

Provoking Thoughts on Professionalism

In this book, Michael Davis, one of the most insightful writers on professional ethics, substantially revises and integrates fifteen of his previously published articles, making them available to a wider audience. Several professions are emphasized: law, engineering, and police work (including international law enforcement). Yet the topics discussed have relevance to all areas of professional ethics: defining professions, the moral authority of professional codes, intelligently interpreting codes, professional autonomy and discretion, dirty hands, and goals in teaching professional ethics.

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