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Phronesis: An Ethics Primer with Readings

 

© 2018 Henry Imler

 

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This work was built from a variety of sources including

 

  • theory Chapters from Ethics for A-Level, written by Mark Dimmock and Andrew Fisher
  • selected chapters from Introduction to Ethics, edited by Noah Levin
  • primary texts from a variety of authors; and
  • original content and editing by Henry Imler.

 

Ethics for A-Level Theory use

 

  • The book was published under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0). This allows one to adapt the work so long as attribution is made.
  • Attribution for Ethics for A-Level:
    • Mark Dimmock and Andrew Fisher, Ethics for A-Level. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, 2017, https:// doi.org/10.11647/OBP.0125

 

Introduction to Ethics use

 

  • The book was published under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (CC BY 4.0). This allows one to adapt the work so long as attribution is made.
  • Attribution for Introduction to Ethics:
    • Levin, Noah, ed. Introduction to Ethics. N.G.E. Press, 2019.

 

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    • the Public Domain,
    • the Fair Use Doctrine, or
    • by permission of the author.
  • At the end of each reading we provide which of these uses applies to the best of our judgement.

 

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  • If you believe yourself to be the copyright holder of any of the primary texts and believe that our use of the work is not governed by the Public Domain, Fair Use, or you wish to rescind the permission given, please contact the editor by means of the following:
    • Email henryi@macc.edu with the subject “Phronesis Copyright Complaint”.

Upon receiving your communication, we will dialog with you concerning the use and go from there, possibly removing the work from the primary texts portion.

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