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Introduction to Philosophical Ethics

Introduction to Philosophical Ethics

Author: Glenn Kuehn

In this lesson, students will define the concept of ethics and its characteristics.

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Notes for “Introduction to Philosophical Ethics”

(00:00 – 00:37) Introduction

(00:38 – 01:10) Content of Tutorial and Key Term

(01:11 – 02:37) General Ideas About Ethics

(02:38 – 03:09) Caution Regarding Systematicity and Objectivity

(03:10 – 05:14) Examples of Asystematic and Non-Objective Reasoning

(05:15 – 05:31) Summary

Terms to Know
  • Ethics

    The branch of philosophy that analyzes and defends concepts of value and thereby seeks to determine right and wrong .