Reasoning about values might also be called "normative reasoning". Very generally, it refers to thinking about issues concerning what is right or wrong, good or bad, or what might or might not be valuable. Normative reasoning encompasses not just reasoning about morality and virtues, the justification and legitimacy of rules and social institutions, but also aesthetic values and the meaning of life.
- [U01] Three types of values
- [U02] Intrinsic values
- [U03] Facts and moral values
- [U04] Religion & morality
- [U05] Relativism & absolutism
- [U06] Reflective equilibrium
- [U07] A quiz about moral relativism
- [U08] Analogical arguments
- [U09] Utility and rights
- [U10] Types of rights
- Are you a moral relativist? - This is a fun quiz that tests the consistency of your moral beliefs.