Lecture 1: What is Ethics?
PART 1: WHAT MAKES YOUR LIFE GO BETTER OR WORSE FOR YOU?
Lecture 2: Hedonism — It is about pleasure and pain
Lecture 3: Desire Satisfaction — It is about getting what you want
Lecture 4: Objective Theories — It is about what is worth wanting
Lecture 5: Death — Is death bad for you?
PART 2: CAN ETHICS BE OBJECTIVE?
Lecture 6: Objectivity and God — Ethics without divine command
Lecture 7: Relativism — Ethics across cultures
Lecture 8: Moral Epistemology — Knowing right from wrong
PART 3: THE HISTORY OF ETHICS
Lecture 9: Bentham and Mill — Utilitarianism
Lecture 10: Kant I — Deontology
Lecture 11: Kant II — Deontology
Lecture 12: Aristotle — Virtue ethics
PART 4: HOW YOU RELATE TO OTHERS
Lecture 13: Respecting Rights — The trolley problem
Lecture 14: What You Owe to Needy Strangers
Lecture 15: What You Owe to Future People
Lecture 16: What You Owe to Non-Human Animals