International Encyclopedia of Ethics

John K. Roth, editor. Hb; 8 1/2 x 11; 959 pages; illustrated. 1-884964-38-9 $175. Published

"Recommended for students of philosophy and also very useful for university students from other disciplines as it provides an ethical context for their own fields of study." Gakuto

". . . serves simultaneously as a dictionary and encyclopedia of ethics." Wilson Library Bulletin

"Recommended for academic and public libraries." Reference Quarterly

"Given the wide range of topics Ethics touches on and its accessible level, this book will enjoy frequent use in public, school, and college libraries. The questions it addresses are timeless, and it will help readers come to informed, but probably not uniform, answers." Reference Books Bulletin

The International Encyclopedia of Ethics presents 820 alphabetically-arranged entries that focus on the wide variety of topics that relate to ethics. This practical compilation provides information on some 27 categories within the general field of ethics. Entries range in length from 250 to more than 3000 words and are all written by experts in the field. All entries are accessible through a complete table of contents, a thematic index, an index of persons, and a general subject index.