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Teaching Ethics

Volume 15, Issue 1, Spring 2015

Paul Thagard
Pages 115-127

Value Maps in Applied Ethics

This paper describes the role in applied ethics of a new method of representing values using cognitive-affective maps. Value mapping has been used in two undergraduate courses in medical ethics and in environmental ethics. Students have found the method easy to use and also informative concerning the nature of ethical conflicts, and they often change their minds in the course of developing value maps.

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