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  • Center for Applied Ethics – Organized topically, including moral/ethical decision making, business ethics, environmental ethics, health care ethics, computers and information technology ethics, science and ethics, and animal welfare.
  • The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy – Mobilizes research teams to study the nature, interpretation and development of cultures and to apply them to the challenges of contemporary change. Over 100 volumes of research results and critical reflection available online.
  • Environmental Ethics – Categorized links plus original texts by Dr. Ronald Epstein, originally written for his course at San Francisco State University.
  • Ethics (The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy) – Brief definitions of the major theories of ethics.
  • Markkula Center for Applied Ethics – A forum for research and discussion in all areas of applied ethics.
  • Morality, Ethics and Philosophy Research Resources – Scores of links to online resources in philosophy and ethics, particularly business ethics.
  • The Schlesinger Institute – Seeks to provide practical answers to questions, be they of a general, ethical or a specific nature, from a foundation in halachah. the Institute consists of leading physicians and researchers along with talmidei chachamim (Rabbinic scholars) and also receives guidance from poskim (Rabbinical authorities). Articles and essays published online; will provide personal responses to queries by email, fax, or phone.
  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. – A dynamic reference work, with each entry maintained and kept up to date by an expert or group of experts in the field and refereed by an editorial board.

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