In this course, you have looked at classical ethical theories of utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics. You have also examined different perspectives on ethical issues introduced by relativism, ethical egoism, and emotivism. 355 more words
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Fight Conformity and Claim Your Moral Autonomy through Philosophy is an online course in ethics which I created and teach.
This course has been fashioned upon College and University type ethics courses which I have been teaching for the last 24 years), and covers the classical moral theories – Utilitarianism, Kantianism, Ethical Egoism and Virtue Ethics. 151 more words
Stoics were well known in antiquity for the use of metaphors, as well as for developing concepts that to others sounded rather paradoxical, or even downright nonsensical. 1,135 more words
Click the link below to hear our scholar and philosopher Talbot Brewer discuss his research in looking at agency within ethical theory, and how his research is impacted by working within our project. 54 more words