Click here to purchase the book. Understanding Philosophy was Tom’s first book, one that had not so much as a mention of animal rights. Instead, it was about major themes in traditional philosophy: God, freedom, and immortality — with claims to knowledge and logic resolutely assessed.
Click here to purchase the book. This book comprises four essays previously published roughly as presented here and four recent lectures newly published — all on moral questions. Regan believes that the questions have correct answers and that it is important to see why they are correct.
Click here to purchase the book. Matters of Life and Death is a collection of original essays by leading philosophers devoted to the major moral issues of the day, including abortion, euthanasia, the death penalty, famine, war, suicide, the environment, and animal rights.
Just Business: New Introductory Essays in Business Ethics. Editor, with an Introduction. New York: Random House (paper) and Temple University Press, 1983 (cloth).
Click here to purchase the book. Moore suffered great personal turmoil because of his inability to see religious belief as rational. Regan recounts Moore’s pilgrimage from the melancholy of religious unbelief to the sense of meaningfulness gained through belief in the intrinsic value of beauty and friendship. Art and morality provide the consolation of religion [...]