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Vampires and Vegetarians: Introduction to Ethics

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This file contains presentation slides for a lecture on ethical philosophy. In order to draw students into the discussion, the presentation posits the following question: Should vampires be allowed to hunt and kill humans for food like humans hunt and kill animals for food?

The lecture teaches students about various philosophical concepts, including necessary and sufficient conditions; argument construction; deontology; ethical agents; philosophical persons; and moral imperatives. It takes students step-by-step through a model argument structured as a Hegelian dialectic (thesis/antithesis/synthesis).

No prior knowledge of philosophy is necessary to teach this lesson; everything is explained in detail on the slides.

This presentation is designed for IB students in a Theory of Knowledge course, but is applicable to AP Language and Composition, AP Government and Politics, or a general philosophy course.
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Vampires and Vegetarians: Introduction to Ethics
Vampires and Vegetarians: Introduction to Ethics
Vampires and Vegetarians: Introduction to Ethics
Vampires and Vegetarians: Introduction to Ethics