FILA510 Ethics of Global Responsibility (5 cr)
The course studies the nature of collective ethical problems, which differ from "paradigmatic" ethical wrongs (such as physical violence) where the violator, the wronged party and the causal relationship between them is easy to establish. The course discusses issues such as climate change, global poverty and inequality, and war, examining the main concepts and arguments relevant in addressing these issues from the applied philosophy viewpoint.
- Pogge, T. & Moellendorf, D. (toim.) 2008: Global Justice: Seminal Essays. Paragon House. 978-155-778-869-6
- Pogge, T. & Horton, K. (toim.) 2008: Global Ethics: Seminal Essays. Paragon House. 978-155-778-870-2