Perspektiven der Ethik
Edited by Reiner Anselm, Thomas Gutmann, and Corinna Mieth
Whether general or applied, ethics deals with the relationship between the possible and the necessary and about the way in which we communicate our basis for the decisions we make or fail to make every day. The Perspectives on Ethics series contains innovative contributions on general and applied ethics whose purpose is to clarify basic concepts of ethics or deal with precise yes-no questions in certain areas of application. Ideally, these should link theory and practice. The series focuses on philosophy, theology, law and economics as disciplines that deal with human actions. Its aim is to create an interdisciplinary platform for ethical issues and connect these disciplines, which are all part of our publishing programme. The titles are at the same time embedded in their own disciplines and able to enter a transdisciplinary discussion. The series is not bound to any particular school or ideology but rather promotes scholarly discourse on ethics as a whole.
All three editors are jointly responsible for the series. All volumes published were reviewed in detail and their inclusion in the series was unanimous.
Manuscripts are to be sent to the editors or to Mohr Siebeck.
ISSN: 2198-3933 / eISSN: 2568-7344 - Suggested citation: PE