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OCR A2 religious studies. Religious ethics

OCR A2 religious studies. Religious ethics

Oliphant, Jill, 1949-

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Published London : Hodder Education 2013
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Statement of responsibility: by Jill Oliphant
ISBN: 1444182536, 1444182544, 9781444182521, 9781444182538, 9781444182545
Intended audience: A2.
Note: Print version record.
Physical Description: 1 online resource.
Series: My revision notes
Subject: Religious ethics Examinations Study guides.; Educational: Religious studies.; RELIGION Christianity General.; RELIGION Ethics.
Alternative Title: Religious ethics
Series Title: My revision notes.
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Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Book title
  3. Contents
  4. Introduction
  5. 1 Meta ethics
  6. 1.1 What is meta ethics?
  7. Ethical language
  8. Normative ethics
  9. 1.2 Different approaches to meta ethics
  10. Cognitive and non-cognitive
  11. The naturalistic fallacy
  12. Ethical naturalism (cognitivist)
  13. Intuitionism (cognitivist)
  14. Logical positivists (non-cognitivist)
  15. Emotivism (non-cognitivist)
  16. Prescriptivism (non-cognitivist)
  17. 2 Free will and determinism
  18. 2.1 What is free will?
  19. Free will and free action
  20. Moral responsibility
  21. Free will and determinism
  22. 2.2 What is determinism?
  23. 2.3 Hard determinism
  24. Psychological determinism.
  25. Scientific determinismReligious determinism
  26. Evaluating hard determinism
  27. 2.4 Soft determinism (compatibilism)
  28. Evaluating soft determinism
  29. 2.5 Libertarianism
  30. Evaluating libertarianism
  31. 3 Conscience
  32. 3.1 What is conscience?
  33. Is conscience innate or learnt?
  34. 3.2 Conscience is God-given
  35. Augustine
  36. Butler
  37. 3.3 Conscience is intuitive
  38. Newman
  39. 3.4 Conscience is innate
  40. Aquinas
  41. 3.5 Conscience and guilt
  42. Freud
  43. 3.6 Conscience and cognition
  44. Piaget
  45. 3.7 Authoritarian/humanistic conscience
  46. Fromm
  47. 4 Virtue ethics
  48. 4.1 What is virtue ethics?
  49. Aristotle
  50. The Golden Mean
  51. Practising virtue.
  52. Virtuous people4.2 Modern virtue ethics
  53. MacIntyre: virtue theory revisited
  54. Is virtue ethics absolute or relative?
  55. Evaluating virtue ethics
  56. 5 Business ethics
  57. 5.1 What is business ethics?
  58. 5.2 Key issues in business ethics
  59. Employers and employees
  60. Business and consumers
  61. Stakeholders
  62. Business and the environment
  63. Business and globalisation
  64. 5.3 Applying ethical theories to business
  65. Kantian ethics
  66. Utilitarianism
  67. Natural law
  68. Virtue ethics
  69. Religious ethics
  70. 6 Environmental ethics
  71. 6.1 What is environmental ethics?
  72. 6.2 Key issues in environmental ethics
  73. Religious approaches.
  74. Secular approachesEco-holism: the Gaia hypothesis
  75. 6.3 Applying ethical theories to the environment
  76. Utilitarianism
  77. The Kantian approach
  78. Natural law
  79. Virtue ethics
  80. 7 Sexual ethics
  81. 7.1 What is sexual ethics?
  82. 7.2 Key issues in sexual ethics
  83. The three purposes of sex
  84. The historical view of sex
  85. 7.3 Pre-marital and extra-marital sex
  86. Natural law
  87. Kantian ethics
  88. Utilitarianism
  89. Virtue ethics
  90. 7.4 Contraception
  91. Natural law
  92. Kantian ethics
  93. Utilitarianism
  94. Virtue ethics
  95. 7.5 Homosexuality
  96. Natural law
  97. Kantian ethics
  98. Utilitarianism
  99. Virtue ethics.