An overview of Jeremy Bentham's ethical views on animal rights, including the famous quote “the question is not, Can they reason? nor, Can they talk? but, Can they suffer?”
An introduction to business ethics, with an overview of the many relevant stakeholders whose interests are ethically important in business.
An introduction to the ethical theory known as "virtue ethics," which focusses on having good character and acting on it.
An introduction to the theory of personal identity known as a psychological theory of personal identity: the nature of persons is that we are our conscious mind and memories.
An introduction to W.K. Clifford’s “The Ethics of Belief.”
An introduction to the concept of indoctrination or what it is to indoctrinate someone, and whether that's problematic or bad or not.
An introduction to agnosticism about God’s existence, an alternative to theism and atheism.
An introduction to theories of moral considerability, moral status or moral standing, which is about the question of who and what matters morally.
An introduction to the ethical theory cultural relativism or ethical relativism or relativism: do cultural norms make actions right and wrong?
An introduction to the philosophical views of Animal Farm and 1984 author George Orwell.