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Phil 205 Ethics and Values is a Philosophy course at UVU. 3 elite notetakers have produced 5 study materials for this Philosophy course.
These are the first week of class notes for PHIL 205G where we focus on the basics of moral theories and discussed Allegory of the Cave as well as the Socratic Method.
We go further into the moral theories and begin discussing Utilitarianism in more detail.
These notes cover the last part of Utilitarianism and goes over the start of our discussion on Deontology.
These notes cover the last of our discussion of Deontology and then introduce our analysis of the Trolley Problems.
These notes finish up our discussion on the trolley problem with Greene and Young. They also pick up on our discussion of Jesse Prinz, Friedrich Nietzsche, and introduces Aristotle's Virtue Theories.
These notes continue on the Virtue Theories with Aristotle then continue with Aurelius' stoicism and Mencius' sentimentalism.
These notes finish up the discussion of Mencius and sentimentalism and discusses the writing of Adam Elga, Appiah, and Plato's Euthyphro Dilemma in response to Divine Command Theory.
These notes include a conclusion to our discussion of Augustine and Divine Command Theory and we also discuss Kai Nielsen's "Ethics without Religion".
These notes covered moral relativism theory with Mary Midgley, justice and the ultimatum game with Joseph Henrich, and "Eye for an Eye" justice with William Ian Miller.
This study guide goes over all of our Reading Quizzes and gives some further advice for the exam. For further detailed reviews, please refer to the class notes that I have posted.
This week we covered Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Jean-Jacque Rousseau, and Immanuel Kant with how they view government systems.
This week we continued our discussion on different Philospher's take on the Social Contract and delved into the "Universal Human Rights".
We moved on from the Social Contract this week and instead moved on to a discussion of charity and how different philosophers believe we could end extreme poverty.
These Notes Covered the class discussions from April 9th to April 13th.
These notes cover what we went over in the class lectures from April 16th to April 20th.
These notes cover what we went through over the last two days of class: April 23rd and April 26th.
These notes cover the theories/theorists that we went over from the topics of The Social Contract, Poverty, Consumption, Violence, Future ethics, etc..