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UNIT – I Indian Ethics

1. The Indian Ethical Philosophy, (Introduction, Development (Ved Upnishad) Varnashram and Purushartha), 2. The Ethical Philosophy of Gita, 3. The Ethical Philosophy of Bhagwadagita] (Nishkama Karma), 4 .Morality of Purushartha,Purushartha and their Interrelation, 5.Doctrine of Karma, 6. Meaning and Classification of Dharma, 7 . Jain Ethics : Triratan, Anuvartas and Mahavratas, 8. Jain Philosophy : (i) Jiva and Ajiva, 9. Jain Philosophy : (ii) Anekantavad & Syadavad, 10. Jain Philosophy : (iii) Bandage and Liberation, 11. Ethics of Buddha Philosophy, 12. Four Noble Truth and Pratitya Samutpad of Buddha Philosophy, 13. Buddha Philosophy : The Doctrine of Momentariness and Noself, 14. The Ethical Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi,

UNIT – II Western Ethics

15.Definition, Nature and Scope of Ethics, 16. Importance and Utility of Ethics, 17 Methods of Ethics, 18. Moral and Non Moral Actions, 19. Objects of Moral Judgement, 20.Standard of Morality Ideal, 21. Utilitarianism : Bentham and Mill, 22. Intuitionism : Moral Sense Theory-(i), 23. Intuitionism : Kants Rationalism-(ii), 24. Kants Etical and Categorical Imperative Theory, 25. Duty and Ethical Obligation, 26. Crime and Punishment,, 27. Moral Consciousness and Moral Feelings (Constance)— Joseph Butlers, 28. Postulates of Morality.

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