The course offers an introduction to ethical reflection on societal issues. Themes will be developed by combining conceptual work and case studies. The course will particularly focus on the impact of religious traditions on the theory and practice of life in a pluralistic and multicultural society.
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At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
At the end of this course, the student will be able:
- to articulate issues related to norms and values in institutional contexts;
- to situate the ethical issues of social, political, economic and legal sciences;
- to use the key concepts of social philosophy;
- to identify the role of religions in the theories of justice and in concrete actions.
The course provides an introduction to the ethical issues of building and destabilizing social ties and explores the roles of religions, especially Christianity, in discussing norms and values in interaction networks: at informal levels , institutional, media, etc. This critical path will allow a better understanding of the transformations of the concept of 'social justice'.
Formal lectures; debates and interactions on the Moodle site.
Written work to be submitted before the session and oral examination.
Des documents seront accessibles sur le site Moodle.