This paper presents a detailed examination of inegalitarian systems in society. The writer explores how they operate and argues that they damage not only the ruled but the ruler. The writer uses . . . .
In the article "An Ecocentric Environmental Ethic," the author begins with a consideration of the excesses of a rigid environmental ethic and the consequences of such an ethic before concluding . . . .
Apply the Categorical Imperative to the chaplain's dilemma in Denis Diderot's "Supplement to Bougainville's Voyage." Should the chaplain sleep with one of Orou's women? If so, can Immanuel Kant . . . .