When I've taught ethical theory, I've found that students appreciate the various theories and their salient differences much more clearly when they have concrete examples of the theories in action. I imagine many of you have the same experience. So with that in mind, I'd like people's help in putting together an ethical theory "casebook." The idea is to gather up articles, etc., on particular practical topics that explicitly exemplify a given theoretical approach. Examples of things I have in mind are Hursthouse's "Virtue theory and abortion" or Mappes' piece on liberal Kantian sexual morality. So feel free to suggest article-theory pairs that you think might go in such a casebook. Thanks!