This debate between Adrian Judd and Isaac Mutelo will help you think philosophically. It considers the question: 'How do you do philosophy?' We will look at one case study written by Professor Isaac Mutelo, and one or two case studies from Martin Cohen (1999) 101 Philosophy Problems (Third Edition) London: Routledge. Students will contribute to the debate and begin to construct their own moral theologies (Theology faculty) or ethical theories (Philosophy faculty).
This Domuni Live event is primarily designed for BA Philosophy students, BA Theology students, MA Philosophy and MA Theology students.
PROPOSED AND HOSTED BY Adrian Judd and Isaac Mutelo.
DATE: Friday 24th September 2021
TIME: FROM 4pm (LONDON)
We look forward to seeing you there.
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:
- to explore ways of thinking philosophically
- to discuss the difference between consequentialist, deontological and relativist ethical theories
RUNNING OF THE EVENT:
- 15 minutes will be spent in student introductions
- 50 minutes will be spent in discussing two or three case studies,
- 10 minutes for summing up at the end