Notes made for the Ethics paper at the University of Oxford.
Each set of notes brings together in detail all the major areas needed to write a first-class essay on the subject. Key arguments and positions from both primary and secondary sources are summarised clearly: perfect as a basis for an exam essay or as a primer on the subject.Includes a detailed summary of the arguments from - and the interpretation of - Kant's 'Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals', as well as the most common objections. Also includes clear summaries of key positions (and their strengths and weaknesses) in the thorny area of metaethics as well as ethics more widely, and an in-depth study of consequentialism's 'friends and family' objection.
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