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What is The Social Contract? article icon

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What is The Social Contract?

The unwritten 'social contract' keeps society functioning, as Jon Pike explains

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To lie or not to lie? activity icon

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To lie or not to lie?

A lie’s a lie, right? But what if it wasn’t that simple? This game makes you think about your moral responses to different lies

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Lex Talionis and Retribution

This animation explores the idea of retribution and 'an eye for an eye..' theory. 

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5 mins
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Kant's Axe

This animation explores Kant's thinking on lies. 

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5 mins
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Review: The Idea Of Justice

The urgency for philosophers to abandon their castles in the air is caught in Amartya Sen's The Idea Of Justice, says Charles Barclay Roger.

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Sandel on Kant and the capacity for reason

Michael Sandel looks at how Kant's emphasis on our capacity to reason has a place for beings who lack much in the way of reasoning ability or rationality

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Sandel on Bentham's views on happiness and justice

Sandel discusses Bentham's view that justice is entirely about maximising one's own and everyone else's happiness

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5 mins
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Michael Sandel on...

Harvard philosophy expert Michael Sandel gives us exclusive video insights into his views on eminent thinkers such as Kant, Bentham and Aristotle

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5 mins
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Sandel on Aristotle's thoughts on the good life

Sandel asks if there are many different kinds of the good life

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5 mins
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Sandel on justice

Michael Sandel explores why we should care about justice and being just

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5 mins
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Sandel on a world without philosophers

Michael Sandel considers what life would be like without the great philosophical thinkers

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5 mins
What's wrong with killing? audio icon

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What's wrong with killing?

Is it ok to wage war? Is it ok to defend yourself against an attacking army? Ethics Bites asks if it's always wrong to kill.

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