The International Library of Essays in Public and Professional Ethics

Series editor: Seumas Miller and Tom D. Campbell, Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, Charles Sturt University, Australia

  • 'Ethics' is now a considerable part of all debates about the conduct of public life, in government, economics, law, business, the professions and, indeed, every area of social and political affairs. The ethical aspects of public life include questions of moral right and wrong in the performance of public and professional roles, the moral justification and critique of public institutions and the choices that confront citizens and professionals as they come to their own moral views about social, economic and political issues.

    This series brings together essays that exhibit high-quality work in philosophy and the social sciences that is well informed on the relevant subject matter and provides novel insights into the problems that arise in resolving ethical questions in practical contexts.