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General Listing of Sources

  • The School for Ethical Education (SEE)
    "(SEE) is a not-for-profit teaching organization in Milford, CT that provides classes, creates programs and offers consultation services to promote strategies for comprehensive ethics and character education with specific programs to support academic integrity, writing projects, service learning, and conflict resolution.

  • Inspiration for Living a Creative Life
    "If you are searching for a more authentic life, one which reflects your passion and your values, this website offers a place of community where you can share ideas, read articles, and be inspired on your journey."

  • Ethics Cartoons from Grantland
    Cartoons from Grant Brownrigg. "Use ethics cartoons to encourage ethical behavior."

  • Ethically Speaking
    "A three minute weekly program presents an ethical situation for consideration, listener responses to the issue, and then highlights relevant ideas of classic and contemporary philosophers."

  • St James Ethics Centre
    St James Ethics Centre is a not-for-profit organisation which provides a forum for the promotion and exploration of ethics. The Centre seeks to encourage individuals and organisations to include the ethical dimension in their daily lives. It is independent of any religious or political affiliations.

  • Objective Morality
    "Objective Morality Based on Scientific and Rational Reasoning" by Eugene Khutoryansky (in four parts)
    My purpose in writing this is to argue for the existence of an objective morality based entirely on rational and scientific reasoning. By "objective morality" I do not simply mean that morality exists in the sense that various societies consider various actions to be immoral. What I mean is that certain actions are inherently right or wrong regardless of what any society thinks about them.

  • Institute for Global Ethics
    The Institute for Global Ethics is an independent, nonprofit, nonsectarian, and nonpartisan organization dedicated to elevating public awareness and promoting the discussion of ethics in a global context. As an international, membership-based think tank, we focus on ethical activities in education, the corporate sector, and public policy.

  • Ethics of Choice
    The Ethics of Choice Training Program is a training program designed to teach an elaborated and modern work ethic, one that fosters personal growth while at the same time furthering long term organizational success. It is a training program for any organization (business, corporation, institution, governmental agency, etc.) attempting to create within itself an ethical culture.

  • Applied Ethics Resources on the WWW
    Links to biomedical, business, computer & information, environmental, media, professional, science & technology, and miscellaneous ethics resources.

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