Two new introductory ethics texts by Jonathan Wolff:
An Introduction to Moral Philosophy
Readings in Moral Philosophy
An Introduction to Moral Philosophy clearly and concisely introduces students to moral reasoning and moral theory. With an engaging writing style, it challenges preconceived notions about morality and demonstrates why ethics matters.
The companion reader, Readings in Moral Philosophy, can be used independently or in conjunction with the text. It includes important readings in moral theory and compelling issues in applied ethics. Both the text and the reader also offer contemporary treatments of moral issues surrounding gender and race.
-Short introduction to the goals and structure of each book
-Flexible package options
-Blackboard coursepack (We’ll show how to upload the file, what all the coursepack contains, and how to edit and assign the pre-built reading quizzes, test bank within Blackboard)
-Test bank within ExamView (show how to create and edit tests, print multiple versions of tests with answer keys for each version, upload tests into Blackboard)
We’ll also spend just a few minutes on the new edition of The Norton Introduction to Philosophy:
New edition of The Norton Introduction to Philosophy
Includes contextual introductions and tools for reading comprehension and argument analysis, reading guides for challenging selections, and commissioned essays written by leading contemporary philosophers specifically for undergraduates.
-Brief introduction to the structure of the book
-Ebook, Blackboard coursepack, and test bank (same formats as with the Wolff books)