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Talk with your kids : 109 conversations about ethics and things that really matter

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A collection of philosphical questions and situations to pose to your children, in order to start discussions on topics such as cyberbullying, stealing, and cheating. Designed to encourage critical thinking on subjects which may otherwise be awkward to introduce.

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1001 . ‡aParker, Michael, ‡d1968-, ‡eauthor.
24510. ‡aTalk with your kids : ‡b109 conversations about ethics and things that really matter / ‡cby Michael Parker.
264 1. ‡aNew York : ‡bBlack Dog & Leventhal, ‡c[2013].
300 . ‡a253 pages : ‡billustrations ; ‡c18 cm.
336 . ‡atext ‡2rdacontent
337 . ‡aunmediated ‡2rdamedia
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500 . ‡aOriginally published by jane Curry Publishing under the title: Ethics: 101 conversations to have with your kids.
50500. ‡g1 ‡tMusic Downloads and Stealing ‡g22 -- ‡g2 ‡tStealing??? ‡g24 -- ‡g3 ‡tStuck On A Lifeboat ‡g26 -- ‡g4 ‡tIs Stealing Ever Okay? ‡g28 -- ‡g5 ‡tEthical Thinker-Plato ‡g30 -- ‡g6 ‡tWhat Is Cheating At School? ‡g32 -- ‡g7 ‡tSports ‡g34 -- ‡g8 ‡tKilling A Madman ‡g36 -- ‡g9 ‡t(G-Rated) Parties ‡g38 -- ‡g10 ‡tBeing Reciprocal ‡g40 -- ‡g11 ‡tGender Relations ‡g42 -- ‡g12 ‡tWorld of Liars ‡g44 -- ‡g13 ‡tWhat Makes a Lie? ‡g46 -- ‡g14 ‡tIs It Ever Okay to Lie? ‡g48 -- ‡g15 ‡tEthical Thinker-Aristotle ‡g50 -- ‡g16 ‡tMore Lies!! ‡g52 -- ‡g17 ‡tMoney, Money, Money, and Inheritance ‡g54 -- ‡g18 ‡tAlcohol ‡g56 -- ‡g19 ‡tSmoking ‡g58 -- ‡g20 ‡tUsing Criteria ‡g60 -- ‡g21 ‡tDeath and Taxes ‡g61 -- ‡g22 ‡tRank the Criminals ‡g63 -- ‡g23 ‡tOur Grandchildren and the Planet ‡g66 -- ‡g24 ‡tRights of Animals ‡g68 -- ‡g25 ‡tEthical Thinkers-Hobbes And Locke ‡g70 -- ‡g26 ‡tShould We Eat Meat? ‡g72 -- ‡g27 ‡tShould We Use Animal Products? ‡g74 -- ‡g28 ‡tKilling Animals ‡g76 -- ‡g29 ‡tShould We Cage Animals? ‡g78 -- ‡g30 ‡tWhat Is a Fact? What Is an Opinion? ‡g80 -- ‡g31 ‡tShould We Accept Asylum Seekers? ‡g82 -- ‡g32 ‡tBad Consequences, Right Act? ‡g84 -- ‡g33 ‡tWhat Is Torture? ‡g86 -- ‡g34 ‡tIs Torture Ever Okay? ‡g88 -- ‡g35 ‡tEthical Thinkers-Rousseau and Hobbes ‡g90 -- ‡g36 ‡tTorture Continued ‡g93 -- ‡g37 ‡tDonating to Earthquake Relief ‡g95 -- ‡g38 ‡tPrejudice ‡g97 -- ‡g39 ‡tLooting After Disasters ‡g100 -- ‡g40 ‡tEthical Potholes at Dudgeon High ‡g102 -- ‡g41 ‡tSaving Survivors and Reconstructing After An Earthquake ‡g112 -- ‡g42 ‡tFate-Are People Morally Responsible? ‡g114 -- ‡g43 ‡tFree Will and Life Factors ‡g116 -- ‡g44 ‡tIs The Old Man Evil? ‡g118 -- ‡g45 ‡tEthical Thinker-Immanuel Kant ‡g120 -- ‡g46 ‡tFriendship (Part One) ‡g122 -- ‡g47 ‡tKilling People On a Railway Line ‡g124 -- ‡g48 ‡tAccepting Differences ‡g126 -- ‡g49 ‡tWhat Is Bullying? ‡g128 -- ‡g50 ‡tGeneralizations ‡g130 -- ‡g51 ‡tBullying Continued ‡g133 -- ‡g52 ‡tWhat Should Be Done to Bullies? ‡g134 -- ‡g53 ‡tMake Up Your Own School Rules ‡g135 -- ‡g54 ‡tWhat Is Cyberbullying? ‡g137 -- ‡g55 ‡tEthical Thinker- Jeremy Bentham ‡g139 -- ‡g56 ‡tWhy Cyberbullying is Bad ‡g141 -- ‡g57 ‡tCapital Punishment (The Death Penalty) ‡g143 -- ‡g58 ‡tMaking Promises ‡g145 -- ‡g59 ‡tMedical Ethics And the Government ‡g147 -- ‡g60 ‡tBeing Consistent ‡g149 -- ‡g61 ‡tMedical Ethics-Testing Drugs on Prisoners ‡g151 -- ‡g62 ‡tMedical Ethics and Kidney Transplants ‡g152 -- ‡g63 ‡tDiscrimination ‡g154 -- ‡g64 ‡tGood Life Pie ‡g156 -- ‡g65 ‡tEthical Thinker-John Stuart Mill ‡g157 -- ‡g66 ‡tDuty ‡g159 -- ‡g67 ‡tCure For AIDS ‡g161 -- ‡g68 ‡tSex ‡g162 -- ‡g69 ‡tRelationships, Social Standing, and Body Image ‡g164 -- ‡g70 ‡tTwelve Lousy Arguments ‡g167 -- ‡g71 ‡tParents, Children, and Rules ‡g178 -- ‡g72 ‡tDeclaring War on Canada ‡g180 -- ‡g73 ‡tActing Ethically In The Middle of a War ‡g183 -- ‡g74 ‡tWho Are We Responsible To for Climate Change? ‡g184 -- ‡g75 ‡tEthical Thinker-Elizabeth Anscombe (and Aristotle) ‡g185 -- ‡g76 ‡tWhat To Do About Climate Change ‡g187 -- ‡g77 ‡tChanging Lanes on the Road ‡g189 -- ‡g78 ‡tJustice at the Cafeteria ‡g191 -- ‡g79 ‡tHow To Treat Your Brothers and Sisters ‡g193 -- ‡g80 ‡tBeing Comprehensive ‡g195 -- ‡g81 ‡tRoad Ethics: Letting People In ‡g196 -- ‡g82 ‡tSpeed Limits on the Road ‡g197 -- ‡g83 ‡tDrugs ‡g199 -- ‡g84 ‡tHealth, Drugs, and Young People ‡g201 -- ‡g85 ‡tEthical Thinker-John Rawls and the Mind Game ‡g203 -- ‡g86 ‡tA Teenager's Car ‡g206 -- ‡g87 ‡tWhen Is A 'New Life' a Human? ‡g208 -- ‡g88 ‡tOnline Etiquette and Age Restrictions ‡g210 -- ‡g89 ‡tHousework ‡g211 -- ‡g90 ‡tUniversalizing ‡g213 -- ‡g91 ‡tTerrorist Attack ‡g215 -- ‡g92 ‡tEuthanasia ‡g216 -- ‡g93 ‡tEthics In Business-Zen Bracelets ‡g219 -- ‡g94 ‡tBusiness Ethics-Competition ‡g221 -- ‡g95 ‡tEthical Thinker-Lawrence Kohlberg and Heinz's Dilemma ‡g223 -- ‡g96 ‡tBusiness Ethics-Staff ‡g228 -- ‡g97 ‡tSecrets ‡g230 -- ‡g98 ‡tFighting ‡g232 -- ‡g99 ‡tSharing ‡g234 -- ‡g100 ‡tFriendship (Part Two) ‡g236 -- ‡g101 ‡tHow To Spread Stuff Around (Part One) ‡g237 -- ‡g102 ‡tHow To Spread Stuff Around (Part Two) ‡g238 -- ‡g103 ‡tPets (Part One) ‡g240 -- ‡g104 ‡tPets (Part Two) ‡g241 -- ‡g105 ‡tMartin Luther King. Jr. and Non-Violence ‡g242 -- ‡g106 ‡tRights and Responsibilities ‡g246 -- ‡g107 ‡tViolent Computer Games ‡g248 -- ‡g108 ‡tDesigner Babies (Part One) ‡g249 -- ‡g109 ‡tDesigner Babies (Part Two) ‡g251.
520 . ‡aA collection of philosphical questions and situations to pose to your children, in order to start discussions on topics such as cyberbullying, stealing, and cheating. Designed to encourage critical thinking on subjects which may otherwise be awkward to introduce.
650 0. ‡aChildren ‡xAttitudes.
650 0. ‡aMoral education.
650 0. ‡aChildren ‡xConduct of life.
650 0. ‡aParenting.
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