Ethics for Everyone Is it always wrong to lie? Is it always right to try to help ather person? Are you bound to keep every promise you make? In Ethics for Everyone: How to Increase Your Moral Intelligence, you'll find out how well you make moral choices and learn how to increase your ability to understand and analyze ethical dilemmas. This sensible, practical guide provides thoughtful-and sometimes surprising-answers to tough real-world questions. You'll sort through dozens of tricky ethical issues with the help of: Twenty-one dramatic true stories showing real-life ethics in action- and you are asked to make ethical choices A personal ethics quiz to determine your own ethical potential Harm and benefits assessments of various courses of action Expert opinions from spiritual leaders, counselors, attorneys, psychologists, and other experts
ARTHUR DOBRIN, D.S.W., is the Leader Emeritus of the Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island. He is Professor of Humanities at Hofstra University, where he teaches courses in comparative religious ethics, personal ethics, and moral development. He has appeared as a guest on CNN and has been featured in Time magazine.