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There are many books pertinent to the topic of ethics in the regular collection, as well as many resources in the Reference Collection.  Please use the WyLDCat to facilitate your search.  When in WyLDCat you may do an AUTHOR, TITLE, SUBJECT, or KEYWORD search.  In addition, consider visiting the Goshen County Library.  Many other items may be available through inter-library loan. 

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Moral foundations : an introduction to ethics
ISBN: 0966190890

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A good day's work : sustaining ethical behavior and business success
ISBN: 0071482652

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Radical hope : ethics in the face of cultural devastation
ISBN: 0674023293

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An intelligent person's guide to ethics
ISBN: 0715633201

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Encyclopedia of ethics
ISBN: 0816033110



Suggested periodicals that may be useful.


Current issues are on display near the Children's Literature Collection, the current year's back issues are stored underneath the display panels.  The previous years' back issues are stored in the the Periodical section of the Stacks.





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