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Author(s): Mikael Blessed
College: College of Command
School: School of Leadership
Current version: 081231
Delivery Method: Classroom lecture
Assessment Method: Written Examination
Class Status: ACTIVE
Class Length: 14 minutes + Exam
Synopsis: This class explains how ethics influence the life of a UF Starfleet Officer
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Material used in this specific class was inspired, copied and/or summarised from the sources referenced below, and various Star Trek films, television episodes and licensed works.
- Barad, J. & Robertson, E. (2000) The Ethics of Star Trek, Harper Collins
- Chaires, R. & Chilton , B. (2002) Star Trek Visions of Law and Justice ,Adios Press
- Marinaccio, D. (1995) All I Really Need To Know I Learned From Watching Star Trek, Three Rivers Press
- Sherwin, J. (1999) Quotable Star Trek, Pocket Books, New York