In this course, some of the most important currents of philosophical ethics that have existed throughout history will be studied. Using as instruments the basic knowledge of the different currents and authors, students will practice deductive reasoning to try to find solutions to some present ethical questions.

Ethics is a practical branch of philosophy, and for this reason, both the study of theory and practical work play an important role in this course. In today's society, people are making many decisions every day and, on many occasions, we make those decisions very quickly. The study of ethics can help us to face situations in which our solutions have important implications for our future and for the future of others.