Ethics is the study of what's right and wrong (the word "morality" has a very similar, if not identical meaning) - as in "Stealing is wrong", not as in "2+2=3 is wrong". As with other branches of philosophy, there is virtually nothing in ethics on which everyone agrees, not even the foundations.
Describes the field and its division in metaethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics. By James Fieser.
Blog by Jim Lichtman addresses current issues.
Complete video of Michael Sandel's 'Justice: What's The Right Thing To Do?' course on ethics at Harvard University. Includes episode guide, readings, discussion circle and press releases along with his biography and 2009 Reith lectures.
Printed journal devoted to this branch of philosophy.
Weekly syndicated column by Jeffrey L. Seglin.
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