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KEY TEXT: ed. Russ Shafer-Landau, Ethical Theory: An Anthology, second edition (Blackwell; 2013) SUPPLEMENTARY TEXT: Bennett, What is this Thing Called Ethics, (Routledge; 2010) Jackson L. Spielvogel (ed) Western Civilisation (9th International edition) Boston; Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 2015 (ISBN – 13:978-1-285-43640-1) Michael Rosen: and Johnathan Wolff (eds). Political Thought (Oxford Readers). Oxford. 1999
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