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Lecture 2

PHI1502 Lecture 2: Class 2

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Department
Philosophy
Course Code
PHI1502
Professor
Denis Dumas

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Savoir reconnaitre les phnomnes moraux et les questions morales on put examiner une publicit dun point vue morale technique stratgique esthtique tous diffrent Les exigences morales Normes (Toujours et jamais) o Exigences negatives o Surtout dans le domaine de la justice (impartialite, droits et libertes, codes de deontologie) pas le droit de manquer du respect contre une autre personne tel que la liberte religeuse, physique, de culte code de deontologie, medecin, doctor, regle precise quils doivent respecter o Manquement colere, culpabilite, sanction Valeurs (valeurs positives quon apprend) o Exigences positives o Plus floues que les normes o Manquement mpris, honte implique pas des sanctions mais la honte en soit mme Principes norme plus general (under normes) o Normes ultimes, tres generales o Justifient les regles o Ex : la regle dor dont do to others what you dont want done to you Regles norme plus concret (under normes) o Plus specifique o Ex : ne tue pas, ne vole pas Ideal de vie (under valeurs) o Individuel o La bonne vie o Ex : la famille, carriere, serenite Milieu de vie ideal (under valeurs) o Collectif o Ideologies o Ex : solidarite, environement, paix Vertus (under valeurs) o Traits de caractres o Ex : tolerance
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