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Media Ethics: A Philosophical Approach Paperback – Jul 30 1999


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  • Paperback: 184 pages
  • Publisher: Praeger (July 30 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0275966941
  • ISBN-13: 978-0275966942
  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 1 x 23.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
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"[K.] wisle illuminates a series of complex problems-including privacy, lies, sex, violence, and censorship-without either falling back on dogmatic absolutism or flopping into wishy-washy relativism. He has seen the "hot" movies (like Good Fellas and Natural Born Killers) and scoured the literature; he knows what he's talking about."-Theological Studies

"ÝK.¨ wisle illuminates a series of complex problems-including privacy, lies, sex, violence, and censorship-without either falling back on dogmatic absolutism or flopping into wishy-washy relativism. He has seen the "hot" movies (like Good Fellas and Natural Born Killers) and scoured the literature; he knows what he's talking about."-Theological Studies

?[K.] wisle illuminates a series of complex problems-including privacy, lies, sex, violence, and censorship-without either falling back on dogmatic absolutism or flopping into wishy-washy relativism. He has seen the "hot" movies (like Good Fellas and Natural Born Killers) and scoured the literature; he knows what he's talking about.?-Theological Studies

"Surrounded as we are by media on every side, few topics can be as pressing as the relation of the mass media to ethics. In this ground clearing book...Matthew Kieran provides the first sustained look at this topic by an analytic philosopher. With clarity and penetration, he examines issues ranging from journalism to pornography. His views may be sometimes controversial, but they are always stimulating and thoughtfully argued. This book opens new territory for philosophy. I predict that Kieran's book will launch a generation of media and philosophy courses throughout the English-speaking world."-Noel Carroll Monroe C. Beardsley Professor of the Philosophy of Art the University of Wisconsin at Madison

About the Author

MATTHEW KIERAN is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Leeds, England. He also teaches media ethics and has researched for the Broadcasting Standards Commission in the United Kingdom. His articles on aesthetics, ethics, and social philosophy have appeared in such journals as the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism and the Journal of Communication.

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