An introduction to ethical justifications, through the idea of wether or not we should set cats on fire – and why I believe some justifications are better than others: A guide 

Introductions to ethics series - Ethical and moral justifications  Having just had my first lecture on ethics at degree level I have found myself further examining my own, and others, moral and ethical justifications for acts  Ethics is conducted on varying levels - something I will probably cover in some more guides so people can … Continue reading An introduction to ethical justifications, through the idea of wether or not we should set cats on fire – and why I believe some justifications are better than others: A guide 

Questions of ‘Conversations on ethics’: Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness – we fought for these ideals, but should we settle for less?

This is part eight of an eight part series of responses I wrote when reading 'Conversations on Ethics' a compilation of ethics based conversations collected by Alex Voorhoeve - A must read for anyone with an interest in ethics - from beginner to expert (which can be found on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Conversations-Ethics-Alex-Voorhoeve/dp/0199602948) For the rest … Continue reading Questions of ‘Conversations on ethics’: Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness – we fought for these ideals, but should we settle for less?

Questions of ‘Conversations on ethics’: Ethical language and the right to annoy 

This is part seven of an eight part series of responses I wrote when reading 'Conversations on Ethics' a compilation of ethics based conversations collected by Alex Voorhoeve - A must read for anyone with an interest in ethics - from beginner to expert (which can be found on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Conversations-Ethics-Alex-Voorhoeve/dp/0199602948) For the rest … Continue reading Questions of ‘Conversations on ethics’: Ethical language and the right to annoy 

Questions of ‘Conversations on ethics’: Daniel Kahneman, Emotions, and the law 

This is part six of an eight part series of responses I wrote when reading 'Conversations on Ethics' a compilation of ethics based conversations collected by Alex Voorhoeve - A must read for anyone with an interest in ethics - from beginner to expert (which can be found on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Conversations-Ethics-Alex-Voorhoeve/dp/0199602948) For the rest … Continue reading Questions of ‘Conversations on ethics’: Daniel Kahneman, Emotions, and the law