some directions on how to study Philosophy and Ethics

Annex: terminology management.

I – Throughout the course, students irn putting together what we define as “dictionary of terms” developed from two sources:

1 – dictionaries, encyclopedias, &

2 – the actual study of the topics covered in the contents of each of the three parties making up the proposal for the course of Moral Philosophy.This source draws on the studies conducted llevarna along the course. The way in which the practice takes is an attempt to make the students themselves will desarrollndola ability to provide innovative approaches to the business. We propose the elaboration of comments, notes in the form of worksheets, &.It should clearly differentiate the two sources full terminolgicas

II – Some key terms to consider:

Essence of moral

The normative and fctico

Structure of the moral act

Morality and religion

Morals and politics

Morals and law

Moral and social treatment

Moral and science

Moral responsibility

Determinism and freedom

Ignorance and moral responsibility

Coaccin foreign and moral responsibility

Absolute determinism and freedom

Libertarianism and moral

Dialectic of freedom and the need


The economic value

Objectivism and subjectivism axiolgicos

The moral valoracin

Good and value

The good and happiness (eudaemonism)

The good and pleasure (Hedonism)

Good and “good will” (Kant’s formalism)

Good and useful (utilitarianism)

Moral obligation

Social character of moral obligation

Deontolgicas theories act

Deontolgicas theories of the moral norm (the Kantian theory of moral obligation)

Teleolgicas theories of moral obligation (selfishness and utilitarianism)

Act utilitarianism and rule utilitarianism

The realization of the moral

S basic moral principles

The individual’s moralizacin

The moral virtues

The realization of morality as a collective

Life and economic and the realization of moral

The spiritual life of the community and the realization of moral

Form and justification of moral judgments

The form logic of moral judgments

Declarative forms, preferred or mandatory

Meaning of moral judgments

The theory emotivist

Tico Intuitionism

The rational justification of moral judgments

Hume’s Guillotine

Criteria of moral justification

The relativism superacin tico

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