The Moral Subjectivism: Explai

The Moral Subjectivism: Explained

INTRODUCTION Moral subjectivism holds that moral judgments are made on an individual basis. Accordi...

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Secularism – Explained

Secularism – Explained

INTRODUCTION Religion is viewed as solely a private matter in secularism, which is the separation o...

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Kantian Ethics And Categorical

Kantian Ethics And Categorical Imperative

•    With his theory of the Categorical Imperative, Immanuel Kant introduced modern d...

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Teleological And Deontological

Teleological And Deontological Ethical Thought

•    A distinction is frequently made between deontological and teleological perspect...

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What is Ethical Egoism?

What is Ethical Egoism?

  Introduction The moral precept that everyone should act simply to advance their interests i...

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What is Psychological Egoism?

What is Psychological Egoism?

  Introduction The idea of psychological egoism holds that our actions are all fundamentally ...

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Definition And Ethics

Definition And Ethics

  Introduction The Greek term "ethos," which implies character or conduct, is the root of the...

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Stoicism: Explained

Stoicism: Explained

Introduction In order to overcome unpleasant emotions, stoicism encourages self-control and fortitu...

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Western Moral Philosophers: Pl

Western Moral Philosophers: Plato

Introduction Greek philosopher Plato was born in Athens during the Classical era (428/427 – 3...

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Western Moral Thinkers: Socrat

Western Moral Thinkers: Socrates

Introduction Greek philosopher Socrates, who lived in Athens from 469 to 399 BC, is frequently cred...

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Cultural Relativism: Explained

Cultural Relativism: Explained

Introduction Cultural relativism is the idea that we shouldn't evaluate other people's cultures acc...

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Utilitarianism: Explained

Utilitarianism: Explained

Introduction The moral and ethical philosophy of utilitarianism emphasizes maximizing the general p...

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