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PHIL 2101: Introduction to the Problems of Philosophy (Lurz): Unit 5: Ethical Theories

PHIL 2101: Introduction to Problems of Philosophy

Ethical Theories

Is there an ultimate moral principle that we should live by? If so, what is it? Some philosophers argue that the Principle of Utility is the ultimate moral principle; others argue that the Categorical Imperative is. Is either of these theories correct?

Unit 5: Readings

Unit 5: Multimedia

Unit 5: Power Point Slides