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Introduction to Ethics: Home

Why Encyclopedias?

Articles in scholarly encyclopedias usually present a good overview of the topic and identify the current issues, approaches, and scholarship relating to that topic


Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Donald M. Borchert. 2nd edition. Detroit, Macmillan Reference, 2006. 10 volumes. Rutgers-restricted access
Encyclopedia of Bioethics
New York, Macmillan Reference, 3rd edition, 2004. Rutgers-restricted access
Sage Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society
Robert W. Kolb, editor. 2nd edition. Los Angeles, SAGE Reference, 2018. Rutgers-restricted access

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