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Moral Decision Making

by Patrick Hannon

€15.95

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Into the Classroom is a series of eleven new books designed for second-level teachers beginning the new Leaving Certificate Religious Education syllabus. Each of the books covers all the content in the relevant syllabus section. With their accessible and engaging commentary, they will also be of great interest to third-level students, educators and a general readership.

Moral Decision Making examines some understandings of morality and the implications of these understandings for personal decision making, including the elements and context of a moral decision. The book also examines the Christian moral vision, the moral vision of other major world religions and explores the relationship between morality and law.

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