The study of comparative religious ethics is at a critical juncture, given the growing awareness of non-christian ethical beliefs and practices and their bearing on. Comparative ethics in hindu and buddhist traditions, by roderick hindery 3 mahayana buddhist meditation: theory and practice, by minoru kiyota, assisted . Abstract the most interesting and perilous issue at present in comparative reli- gious ethics is comparative ethical judgment—when and how to judge others . 253 comparative ethics this study1 in comparative morals deserves to be very warmly welco both by anthropologists and philosophers as professor.
Comparative ethics (anthropology, sociology, ethics) a type of descriptive ethics , focused on studying the nature and origins of beliefs about morality held by. In my article, i sketch some methodological reflections that have evolved in the course of my own study of confucian and comparative ethics to provide a. Students in this concentration focus on a comparison of two or more theological approaches to topics in the field of ethics using descriptive and/or conceptual. I believe that one source of confusion can be solved by the distinction between normative and descriptive ethics whenever people talk about.
In general, chinese and western virtue ethics converge in on this view, comparative ethics teaches us about the. Descriptive ethics, also known as comparative ethics, is the study of people's beliefs about morality :26 it contrasts with prescriptive or normative ethics, which is. Using data from comparative effectiveness studies to inform cost-effectiveness analyses or other economic evaluations would strengthen ethical policy making. 1 definition of axiology 2 introductory philosophical (platonic) axiology 3 comparative aesthetics 4 comparative ethics 5 comparative.
There are two basic types of ethical theories one kind of ethical theory is descriptive, and these theories attempt to explain why people judge. Development of journalism ethics: a comparative analysis of codes of ethics in nigeria, united kingdom, united states of america, india and russia. Chinese and western ethics compared, including conceptions of the virtues, the good life, right action, and the person instructor permission required.
Islam and war: a study in comparative ethics [john kelsay] on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this book explores questions regarding the . Comparative ethics potentially underwrites any first order moral disagreement in the same way it does asian values lee and patten, as surely as texans and. Descriptive ethics, also known as comparative ethics, is the study of people's beliefs about morality:26 it contrasts with prescriptive or normative ethics, which.
Comparative ethical behaviour of managers: managers, according to gerald cavanagh, can use a combination of ways of moral. Comparative ethics, also called descriptive ethics, the empirical (observational) study of the moral beliefs and practices of different peoples and cultures in. Suicide : a chapter in comparative ethics” suicide, or intentional self- destruction, has often been represented as a fruit of a higher civilisation dr. Big data holds big potential for comparative effectiveness research however, the use of big data raises significant legal and ethical issues that may present.
Le moyne college syracuse, new york 13214 (315) 445-5438 [email protected] lemoyneedu rel 336-01 comparative religious ethics and social concerns. This book explores questions regarding the justice of war and addresses the lack of comparative perspectives on the ethics of war, particularly with respect to. It is no surprise, then, that the academic discipline we call comparative religious ethics has grown enormously over the past few decades. A comparative analysis of moral principles and behavioral norms in eight ethical codes relevant to health sciences librarianship, medical informatics, and the.