What Do I Do? – Virtue Ethics

If you missed the intro to my Ethics series where I covered Utilitarianism, catch it here. That's Ancient History Today I take you back to the shores of Ancient Greece. Here Aristotle, Plato's most famous student, built upon the philosophy given to him by his teacher. Aristotle's ideas were hugely influential. You can find pieces … Continue reading What Do I Do? – Virtue Ethics

What Do I Do? – Utilitarianism

I started off my education in the Life Sciences. Because of my stereotypical STEM-attitude, I tricked myself into thinking that the more "abstract" branches of Philosophy such as Epistemology (the study of knowledge) or Metaphysics (the study of existence) were a bunch of BS. Ethics, with its more applied subject matter, seemed a lot more … Continue reading What Do I Do? – Utilitarianism