Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, 2008. First Edition (presumed). Hardcover. USED - Very Good/ Fine. Lime green cloth boards with white lettering to spine. Light foxing to top edge, otherwise pristine. Clean, unmarked, bright. Corners sharp. Binding tight and square. Notes. Glossary. Index. 16 x 23.5 cm. 152 pp. / Very Good/ Fine. Some foxing. Light edgewear and scuffing. Item #14001
American politicians often claim a moral imperative to ensure quality affordable health care to all Americans, but as Donald Munro points out, leaders rarely outline the content of this moral standard and whether it can be applied to all societies. Munro turns to recent research in cognitive science and evolutionary psychology to identify the ethical principles that help humans succeed as individuals and as cooperative groups. He then applies these principles to two practical problems affecting contemporary China: the moral complexity of responding to global warming and the lack of consistency within the Chinese legal system.