The Little Book of Big Ethical Questions

Susan Liautaud

208 pages Proofs in English Philosophy

Perfect for dinner parties, dorm room conversations, discussions around the water cooler, and everything in-between, The Little Book of Big Ethical Questions presents some of our most thought-provoking ethical dilemmas in a welcoming, easy-to-discuss format.

Does a child have the right to take away their elderly parent’s car keys? Are you obligated to help your neighbor? Should voting be mandatory? The best conversations are the ones that tackle the big, life-altering issues and wherever these conversations occur, ethical quandaries make for compelling discussions.

In The Little Book of Big Ethical Questions, Susan Liautaud, a renowned ethicist who advises clients worldwide, from global corporations to NGOs, presents intriguing, useful questions in a clear, appealing way designed to encourage lively discussion. Liautaud explores how you might approach each dilemma, offering more context, so you have all the information you need to come to your own conclusions. Small enough to take with you on the go, The Little Book of Big Ethical Questions is a small, yet mighty book about small, yet mighty ethical questions that provides just what you need for thought-provoking, lively, engaging discussions to learn more about yourself, others, and the world we live in.


“This is a perceptive look at how to better approach thinking about and discussing contemporary dilemmas, whether quotidian or consequential.” — Publishers Weeekly