Review of the Book ”Către o nouă expertiză etică. Deconstruind valorile etice” [Towards a New Ethical Expertise. Deconstructing Ethical Values], Author: Ana Frunză, Lumen Publishing
Keywords:Ana Frunza, applied ethics, ethical expertise, deconstruction of ethical values, book review
This text is the review of the volume "Către o nouă expertiză etică. Deconstruind valorile etice” [Towards a new ethical expertise. Deconstructing ethical values] by Ana Frunză, published by Lumen Publishing House from Iași, Romania, in 2016. I came across this volume much too late, for it brings great value to the field of ethics and ethical expertise. The arguments are easy to follow, especially for those who want to step into the field of ethical expertise. The combination of familiar texts, with more technical ones and with solid and concise arguments, allows any type of reader to approach the field and deepen it.
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