Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • Teaching About Politics as a Vocation
  • Facts, Values, and Responsible Choice
  • The Problem of Indoctrination
  • Teaching and the Shaping of Souls
  • The Ethics of Teaching Political Science: Another Perspective
  • Objectivity in Education
  • Objectivity and Indoctrination
  • Objectivity and Biased Skepticism in Higher Education
  • Faculty and Standards of Ethical Conduct
  • Faculty Codes and Professional Responsibility
  • Legal Ethics and the Ethics of Law Teaching
  • Legal Ethics: a Problem of Role Definition
  • Legal Ethics and the Adversary System
  • Academic Freedom and Professional Responsibilities
  • The Ethics of the Art of Teaching
  • The Scope and Promise of Science
  • The Ethics of Research: a Case History and Its Lessons
  • The Fallout of the Legal Mind in Research
  • The Scientific Versus the Adversary Approach in Bio-Medical Research
  • An Ethical Approach to Bio-Medical Research
  • Ethical Principles and National Security Research
  • An Engineer's Approach to the Ethics of Research
  • Rejoinder Dr. Hibbs and the Ethics of Discussion
  • Wanted a Rational Decision Procedure for Value Conflicts in Science
  • The Ethics of Free Inquiry
  • Contributors

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