Teaching Ethics

Teaching Ethics on PDCNETTeaching Ethics is dedicated to ethical issues across the curriculum with particular attention to pedagogical methodology and practice in both academic inquiry and professional practice. The journal’s editorial focus is on ethics as a dimension of all academic inquiry rather than as an isolated philosophical discipline. Its primary mission is to provide a peer-reviewed forum for academic dialogue in ethics instruction across disciplines such as business, medicine, trades, technology, law, science, and other areas of liberal education.


Stephen Satris (Clemson University)
Edyta Kuzian (Clemson University)

Book Reviews Editor: Lisa Kretz (University of Evansville)

Access Options: Teaching Ethics is published twice a year, in print and electronic format, by the Philosophy Documentation Center. All issues are available online and forthcoming articles are also available online prior to final publication. SEAC members receive the journal as a benefit of membership. Institutions have access by subscription or with bundles in PDC’s E-Collection. Institutions have additional online access via EBSCO databases.

Copyright & Permissions: A condition of publication is that authors assign copyright to the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum. Permissions are managed on SEAC’s behalf by the Philosophy Documentation Center. More information, including the journal’s open access archiving policy and permissions contacts, is on the journal’s website.

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