Aims and Objectives of the Course
In the course of Lectures the foundations of ethical concepts and ethical theories are explored by focusing on the works of major philosophers in the areas of ethics and professional ethics.
This course will examine ethical thoughts of major philosophers such as Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Hume, Kant, Nietzsche, Mill and Heidegger.
Oral and Written Presentation
Midterm and Final Examination
Textbook / Recommended Reading
A Companion to Ethics, Blackwell Companions to Philosophy,
A Companion to Business Ethics, and some papers concerning the philosophical discourse and/or issues.
ÇOTUKSÖKEN, Betül (18-19 May 2005), What Philosophical Discourse Is, Presented in Helsinki University: Metaphilosophical Reflections-on Current Challenges of Philosophy
"Liderler İçin Dört Gerçek" ["Four facts for leaders"], Prof. Dr. Vincent Luizzi, (Texas State University San Marcos, ABD, Fort Hare Üniversitesi , SA.) Çeviren Metin Bal, (İngilizce orjinal metinle birlikte Türkçe çevirisi karşılıklı basılmıştır) (flsf) Felsefe ve Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, Sayı: 13, (2012, bahar)/Issue 13 (2012, Spring), ss. 234-260.
2-) SYLLABUS FOR THE COURSE ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
10 October 2005: 10:00 / 13:00 The Origin of Ethics
17 October 2005: Ancient ethics
24 October 2005: Budhist ethics, Jewish ethics, christian ethics, islamic ethics
31 October 2005: Western philosophical ethics
7 November 2005: Kantian ethics
14 November 2005: Contemporary deontology
21 November 2005: Business Ethics, A Kantian approach to business ethics
28 November 2005: Business ethics and Utilitarianism
5 December 2005: Midterm Examination
12 December 2005: Business ethics, Social responsibility, virtue and the pragmatic attitude
19 December 2005: Business ethics and postmodernism
26 December 2005 Overview of the General Outlines of Ethics and Professional Ethics
2 January 2005: (End of the Semester)
16-27 January 2005: Final Exam