Fb2 Ethics and Politics: Cases and Comments ePub
by Dennis Thompson,Amy Gutmann
|Author:||Dennis Thompson,Amy Gutmann|
|Publisher:||Nelson-Hall Company (May 1984)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1675 kb|
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Ethics and Politics: Case. has been added to your Cart. Amy Gutmann is President of the University of Pennsylvania, where she is Professor of Politics with secondary appointments in the Department of Philosophy, the Annenberg School of Communication, and the Graduate School of Education. She is also Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor Emeritus of Princeton University where she was provost, dean of the faculty, and founding director of the University Center of Human Values.
Gutmann and Thompson end their book with recommendations to strengthen the spirit and practice of compromise. Judy Woodruff of the PBS Newshour called the book "a clear-eyed examination of the forces that bring warring political leaders together or keep them apart. I wish every policymaker would read it. .Gutmann's 17th book, co-authored with Jonathan Moreno, Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven, but Nobody Wants to Die, will be published in 2019 by . Board and leadership positions.
Dennis Frank Thompson (born 12 May 1940, in Hamilton, Ohio) is a political scientist and .
Dennis Frank Thompson (born 12 May 1940, in Hamilton, Ohio) is a political scientist and professor at Harvard University, where he founded the university-wide Center for Ethics and the Professions (now the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics). Thompson is known for his pioneering work in the fields of both political ethics and democratic theory. Thompson’s first book on democratic theory, The Democratic Citizen: Social Science and Democratic Theory in the 20th Century, published in 1970, was one of the first to relate contemporary social science to theories of democracy.
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Amy Gutmann, Dennis Thompson. Ethics 96 (1):206- (1985). Deliberative Democracy Beyond Process. Amy Gutmann & Dennis Thompson - 2002 - Journal of Political Philosophy 10 (2):153–174. Moral Disagreement in a Democracy. Amy Gutmann & Dennis Thompson - 1995 - Social Philosophy and Policy 12 (1):87-110. Charles Taylor, Amy Gutmann. Bruce M. Landesman - 1994 - Ethics 104 (2):384-. Deliberative Politics: Essays on Democracy and Disagreement. Stephen Macedo (e. - 1999 - Oxford University Press.
Gutmann, Amy, and Dennis Thompson. Chicago: Nelson-Hall. Last updated on 04/27/2013. Publications By Type.
For the novelist, see Amy Gutman. Gutmann and Thompson end their book with recommendations to strengthen the spirit and practice of compromise.
Part one considers the ethics of process: the morally questionable means-violence, deception, and corruption-that are most commonly used by public officials. Part two discusses the ehics of policy: the valuable but often competing ends that public officials strive to achieve.
Author Gutmann, Amy, Thompson, Dennis F. ISBN 0830414770.
Now two eminent political theorists-Amy Gutmann ’71, P. 76, president of the University of Pennsylvania, and Dennis Thompson, P. 68, Whitehead professor of political philosophy-have combined forces to restate clearly the imperative of compromise ( the hardest way to govern, except all the others ), and the fierce problems posed by unending campaigns