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Disclaimer
Preface
For the Instructor
For the Student
For Both
Chapter 1: Basics
1.1 "Right" and "Wrong"
1.2 Ethical Theories
Chapter 2: Divine Commands
2.1 Theory
2.2 Features
2.3 Implications
2.4 Application
Further Reading
Reading Excerpt from Robert C. Mortimer's Christian Ethics
3.1 Theory
3.2 Features
3.3 Implications
3.4 Application
Reading Excerpt from Marcus Aurelius' Meditations
Interlude 1: Moral Disagreement and Moral Realism
I1.1 Moral Realism
I1.2 Moral Relativism
I1.3 Moral Emotivism
I1.4 Explaining Persistent Moral Disagreement
Chapter 4: Consequences
4.1 Theory
4.2 Features
4.3 Implications
4.4 Application
Reading Excerpt from Jeremy Bentham's Principles of Morals and Legislation
Reading Excerpt from John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism
Chapter 5: Dignity
5.1 Theory
5.2 Features
5.3 Implications
5.4 Application
Reading Excerpt from Immanuel Kant's Fundamental Principles
Interlude: Theory Overload
Chapter 6: Natural Laws
6.1 Theory
6.2 Features
6.3 Implications
6.4 Application
Reading Excerpt from Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologica
Chapter 7: Theoretical Pluralism
7.1 Incomplete Theories
7.2 Moral Psychology2
7.3 Cooperation, not Confrontation
Reading Excerpt: Joshua Greene, "From Neural 'Is' to Moral 'Ought'
Epilogue
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Introduction to Ethical Theory

Introduction to Ethical Theory

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A practical and cooperative introudction to ethical theory. For example- the author believes that we resolve conflicts in a cooperative way: find the cause of the conflict and redirect efforts from the
conflict to an integrated solution.
A practical and cooperative introudction to ethical theory. For example- the author believes that we resolve conflicts in a cooperative way: find the cause of the conflict and redirect efforts from the
conflict to an integrated solution.

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