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Ethics and culture

The main focus of the course is to evaluate and bring out the goodness or badness of voluntary human behavior in the context of local and global cultural milieu. Students will be familiarized with the dominating ethical theories of morality in such a way so as to be prepared intellectually and morally to handle the pressing ethical issues of practical life. Case studies, critical analysis, and investigation of local and global issues, will make students aware of the complex understanding of ethical dilemmas. The main objective of the course is to familiarize students with important ethical thoughts and theories and thus to address the contemporary crucial ethical issues in the world.

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