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This presentation (useful for handout material) is a report -- a brief summary -- of contemporary Ethics research presented in easily-readable language. It stimulates classroom discussion. It can also supply lecture material or serve as a manual.It includes definitions of critical terms, e.g., ethics, value, good, morality. It compares and contrasts relevant concepts such as 'self-interest' and 'selfishness.' The curriculum contributes to values clarification. It spells out dimensions of value. It omits technicalities and the math-logic symbols which tend to frighten off readers although the references and selected readings will supply the algebra and calculus of values. This mini-course offers web-links for more in-depth study. The paradigm is ethics as science; the logis is tight; empirical evidence is offered from Economics research which was peer-reviewed at M.I.T. These studies confirm that people do cooperate and do take on responsibility. A bibliography is offered at the conclusion of the report along with many internet references and links for those who want to delve into the discipline further.
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