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Presentación sintética (en inglés) de la Ética, sus corrientes y sus principales representantes

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    What is Ethics Raquel Sánchez 1º A 2013 What is Ethics Raquel Sánchez 1º A 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • ETHICS?ETHICS?
    •  What is Ethics… Well-known ethics figures-Greek philosophers-Modern philosophers Ethics theories-Virtue Ethics-Consequentialism: utilitarianism-Deontology Contemporary philosophersINDEXINDEX
    • Philosophical ethics be called the study of what is rightand wrong.Ethics has to do with…-moral knowledge-free human action, which can be range from goodor evil
    •  Greek philosophers Modern influencesEthics theoriesEthics theories Virtue Ethics Consequentialism DeontologyWell-known ethics figuresWell-known ethics figuresPlatoAristotleKantSeremy BenthamJohn Stuart MillUtilitarianism
    • He claims that the good man isone who lives to reach a goal, thetelos and the way to reach thetelos is to live of virtue.Viurtue EthicsViurtue EthicsHuman TelosGood man
    • The consequences or effects of an action willdeterminate whether an action is right or wrong.Utilitarianism: the utility is understood as«happines» or «pleasure», so one action is good if itproduce more pleasure than pain.ConsequentialismConsequentialismJohn Stuart MillJeremy Bentham
    •  Deontology has to do withthe duties. («What´s myduty?») Only the intention mattersCategorical Imperative:«act only according to thatmaxim by wich you can at thesame time will that it shouldbecome a universal law»DeontologyDeontology
    •  Morality can´t be grounded in a reason alone.Contemporary moralContemporary moralphilosopherphilosopherAlasdair MacIntyre Richard Rorty Bernard Williams