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The Integrated Ethics Reader: Reconnecting Thought, Emotion, and Reverence in a World on the Brink immerses students in astute and insightful essays by accomplished scholars and thinkers. The essays challenge readers to think through the important ethical and political issues of our time holistically. Through a series of cross-references and brief introductions, the text places the essays, seemingly about unrelated subjects, in conversation with one another. Over the course of 12 chapters, students gain new insights about politics, international relations, climate change, business conduct, the environment, and the need to push past theory to make room for the human heart as we face the difficult problems of our time. Throughout, readers are encouraged to carefully consider the ongoing conversations and debates on these issues, participate in further inquiry and deep reflection, and finally, consider how policy--both domestic and international--might be forged or improved. Presenting a new, highly contemporary approach to ethics, The Integrated Ethics Reader is an ideal resource for courses in philosophy, political science, sociology, international relations, ethics, and public policy and administration. David E. McClean is a lecturer of philosophy in the School of Arts & Sciences at Rutgers University, Newark, where he teaches courses in business and professional ethics, social ethics, and philosophy and the Black experience. He holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in philosophy from The New School for Social Research and a M.A. in liberal studies from New York University. Dr. McClean is the author of Richard Rorty, Liberalism and Cosmopolitanism and Wall Street, Reforming the Unreformable, as well as numerous academic articles and papers, and a monograph on the morality and politics of climate change.