Ethics


Lecture 1 - Introduction to Ethics - 'Crtio' A Socratic dialoguea


Lecture 2 - Introduction to Ethics -An assessment of Ethical relativism


Lecture 3 - Consequentialism -Introduction


Lecture 4 - Consequentialism Rule and Act


Lecture 5 - Hedonism


Lecture 6 - Utilitarianism


Lecture 7 - Deontological theories - Introduction


Lecture 8 - Deontological theories - Immanuel Kant


Lecture 9 - Ethical Rules (with reference to W D Ross)


Lecture 10 - Situation Ethics


Lecture 11 - Virtue Ethics


Lecture 12 - Metaethical Theories


Lecture 13 - Ethical Relativism: A discussion on Universal Declaration of Human Rights


Lecture 14 - Ethical Naturalism


Lecture 15 - Ethical Naturalism (Continued...)


Lecture 16 - Ethical Naturalism-Emotivism


Lecture 17A - Ethical Non-naturalism


Lecture 17B - Ethical Non-naturalism-II


Lecture 18 - Non-cognitive or Nondescriptivist Theories - Intuitionism


Lecture 19 - Non-cognitive or Nondescriptivist Theories - Intuitionism Nihilism


Lecture 20 - Why be Moral?


Lecture 21 - Ethics in the Indian tradition


Lecture 22 - Theory of Karma - Part 1


Lecture 23 - Theory of Karma - Part 2


Lecture 24 - Nishkama Karma - Part 1


Lecture 25 - Nishkama Karma - Part 2


Lecture 26 - Gandhian Ethics - Part 1


Lecture 27 - Gandhian Ethics - Part 2


Lecture 28 - Gandhian Ethics - Part 3 (Satyagraha)


Lecture 29 - Purusharthas


Lecture 30 - Buddhist Ethics - Part 1


Lecture 31 - Buddhist Ethics - Part 2 - Jaina Ethics


Lecture 32 - Some ethical issues (Applied Ethics) Discussing Peter Singer's 'Famine Affluence and Morality'


Lecture 33 - Some ethical issues (Applied Ethics) Discussing Peter Singer's 'Famine Affluence and Morality'


Lecture 34 - Discussing Thomas Pogge's 'Real World Justice' - Part 1


Lecture 35 - Discussing Thomas Pogge's 'Real World Justice' - Part 2


Lecture 36 - Discussing Thomas Pogge's 'Real World Justice' - Part 3


Lecture 37 - Sexuality: Ethical Perspectives - Part 1


Lecture 38 - Sexuality: Ethical Perspectives - Part 2