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Unit I: Lecture 2

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David Luy

on 23 January 2016

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Transcript of Unit I: Lecture 2

The usefulness of moral philosophy
Virtue Ethics
Consequentialist/ Teleological Theories
Empirical cacophony
Moral Philosophy and Ethical Bearings
Moving Forward
Mapping the Complex
A fleet of ships
Lost in the Wilderness
Navigational Filters at sea
Philosophical Ethics: Theories and Frameworks
Rudimentary Questions
Listening in
Triangulation as 'parochial projection'?
Fragmentation and fixity
Default cartography
A minimum criterion
Situating gravity
Tenuous typologies
Actions
Character
Results and Intentions
Deontological theories
Virtue theories
Consequentialist theories
Other considerations
Preliminary Definition
Axis
Navigating the Hypothetical
Appraisal
Rules
Internal Variety
To which end?
Hedonist Systems
To whose good/ benefit?
Egoism
Which diagnostic question?
Variation:
The Morality of the Social Contract
Non-Hedonist Systems
Altruism
Utilitarianism/ Universalism
Act Utilitarianism
General Utilitarianism
Rule Utilitarianism
The appeal
Criticisms and problems
Mitigating responses
Questions for Christian ethics
Deontological Theories
Preliminary Definition
Axis
Appraisal
Internal Variety
Scope of validity?
Act-deontologism
Ultimate plumb-line?
Divine law-giver
Rules
Rule-deontologism
Natural law
Reason/ Rationality
Hybrid possibilities
Navigating the hypothetical
Preliminary Definition
Axis
Navigating the hypothetical
Internal Variety
External determination
Rules
Virtuous agents
Evaluation
The risks of moral philosophy
Christian ethics as 'moral theology'
Action

Intention

Consequences

Past

Analogical Exp.

Character

Future

Motives

Context

Philosophical Foundations

Theological Horizons
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