Unit

School Of Humanities And Communication Arts

Ethical CulturesWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 100863.3

Discipline: STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

Student Contribution Band: 1

Level: 3

Credit Points: 10

Co ordinator
David Burchell


Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Successful completion of 60 credit points


Teaching Periods
Nothing on offer.

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About this Unit
In 2014, this unit replaced by 102007 - Ethics in Historical Perspective. The unit provides an historical overview of the different types of ethical beliefs and practices that have been used is specific social settings from the classical world to the modern West. It looks at different types of spiritual and secular ethical behaviours, and the doctrines associated with each. It focuses upon the types of ethical argument and judgment-making specific to particular professions, occupations and social statuses over time. It concludes by surveying the different types of ethics taught to professionals today in the West, and on the differences between each, as well as the specific requirements of each. It will be of interest both to students with an interest in the history of ideas, and to students who want to learn more about ethics and moral decision-making.


Courses
3503.2Bachelor of Industrial DesignCONTINUING


Specialisations

KP1000.1HumanitiesCONTINUING
M1009.1History, Politics and PhilosophyCONTINUING
M1024.1Religion, Anthropology and PhilosophyCONTINUING
SM1005.1History, Politics and PhilosophyCONTINUING
SM1032.1Religion, Anthropology and PhilosophyCONTINUING




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