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A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners

by Oxford University

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In this introduction to ethics, we shall be considering the underpinnings of ethical thought. We shall consider, for example, what it is for an action to be right or wrong, whether we can have moral knowledge and whether freewill is essential to morality. We shall reflect on four key ethical theories (virtue ethics, deontology, non-cognitivism and utilitarianism), looking at both their strengths and their weaknesses. We shall be looking at morality in the context of the individual and the context of society.

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Closed captions rant

Please! As a deaf person, I reserve the right to object to such egregious misuse of the CC icon. If a University doesn't understand how the option works, or what it is used for, either do some research or refrain from using the icon.

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CC = Creative Commons

The CC icon on this podcast is for "Creative Commons", not "closed captioned". Google it, and stop complaining.

CC vs. CC

CC inside a television shape is the icon for Closed Captioning. This CC for Creative Commons is inside a circular shape.

A Romp Through Ethics for Complete Beginners
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  • Category: Philosophy
  • Language: English

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