The Jungle Book (1894) is a collection of fables using animals in an anthropomorphic manner to give moral lessons. The verses of "The Law of the Jungle", for example, lay down rules for the safety of individuals, families, and communities.
In Africa, investors that have embarked on development projects without involving the intended beneficiaries, have always had socio-political problems. This book focuses on the moral dilemmas faced by investors in large-scale development projects, especially when investors work to please politicians at the expense of the local communities. The result is confusion, disorientation of local people and a frustrated workforce as is the case at the ARDA-Chisumbanje ethanol plant in south-eastern Zimbabwe.
The book "Teaching Moral Concepts through Teaching Modules: A Modular Approach" has been written for the purpose how to teach moral concept. teaching moral concept is not an easy job. As students do not start acting upon moral principles just hearing the moral sermon of the teacher. They should be involved in practical activities based on moral principles. In the era of information communication technologies, we need to provide practical training to our students in moral concpets. In moral development the fbasic step is that first we think about moral situation and take decision about what is right and what is wrong. The moral behaviour comes next. There is need to train our teachers to teach through modules. It is possible only if they are provided training in how to develop module. The present book fulfills this need of teachers.
This book aims to clarify the debate between moral relativists and moral absolutists by showing what is right and what is wrong about each of these positions, by revealing how the phenomenon of moral diversity is connected with moral relativism, and by arguing for the importance of relationships between persons as key to reaching a satisfactory understanding of the issues involved in the debate.
John Dewey -- a former professor of philosophy in Columbia University -- studies the Moral Principles in Education. Included are such topics as "The Moral Purpose of the School," "The Moral Training Given by the School Community," "The Moral Training from Methods of Instruction," "The Social Nature of the Course of Study," and "The Psychological Aspect of Moral Education."
A Companion to Moral Anthropology is the first collective consideration of the anthropological dimensions of morals, morality, and ethics. Original essays by international experts explore the various currents, approaches, and issues in this important new discipline, examining topics such as the ethnography of moralities, the study of moral subjectivities, and the exploration of moral economies. Investigates the central legacies of moral anthropology, the formation of moral facts and values, the context of local moralities, and the frontiers between moralities, politics, humanitarianism Features contributions from pioneers in the field of moral anthropology, as well as international experts in related fields such as moral philosophy, moral psychology, evolutionary biology and neuroethics
Contemporary Debates in Moral Theory features pairs of newly commissioned essays by some of the leading theorists working in the field today. Brings together fresh debates on the most controversial issues in moral theory Questions include: Are moral requirements derived from reason? How demanding is morality? Are virtues the proper starting point for moral theorizing? Lively debate format sharply defines the issues, and paves the way for further discussion. Will serve as an accessible introduction to the major topics in contemporary moral theory, while also capturing the imagination of professional philosophers.