This paper introduces a new paradigm for viewing the study of ethics and morality: it makes the bold claim that Ethics, as a discipline, is ready to employ scientific methods, and in effect become the next new science. The discipline presented here is very young, only 42 years old. This curriculum was originally written for use as a Philosophy Course. Non-philosophers, however, may gain from it as well. It will be best appreciated by students interested in moral philosophy, especially topics in ethics. Each instructor will want to design his or her own exercises to confirm whether students grasped the concepts of each chapter.


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