Preview of lesson plan:
- Write each of these words into a sentence: good, bad, right, wrong.
- Are these examples of fact or opinion?
Introduce that Meta ethics focuses on the meaning of these words and how ethical language is applied.
Ppt: Slides 1-2 covering absolute and relativism and how this links to Meta Ethics
Using three colours students highlight which arguments belong to EN, Intuitionism and Emotivism – using textbooks, internet (not the ppt) adding in extra detail on the other side.
Ppt: slides 3-7 covering ethical naturalism from Bradley and Foot.