This course is not about authors or currents within Moral Philosophy. It is not, therefore, a course on the history of ethics and it is not articulated following a chronological development. Nor is it a course focused exclusively on ethical theories, although these will be introduced throughout the course. The effective focus of the course is made up of a series of areas and questions that will help the student to question their moral experience in different social and professional fields.
The effective focus of this course determines the methodology, which will be participatory and which seeks to involve the student in the development of the syllabus. In accordance with this ideal, the methodology is structured around two types of sessions: (i) lectures, in which each thematic block is introduced and initial reading references are offered - each thematic block will take place over two weeks; (ii) practical sessions, in which the themes and concepts of the master session will be studied in depth in a collaborative way through the analysis and discussion of various materials - books, academic and journalistic articles, documentaries and films.