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1 Meta ethics 1.1 What is meta ethics? 1.2 Different approaches to meta ethics 2 Free will and determinism 2.1 What is free will 2.2 What is determinism? 2.3 Hard determinism 2.4 Soft determinism (compatibilism) 2.5 Libertarianism 3 Conscience 3.1 What is conscience? 3.2 Conscience is God-given 3.3 Conscience is intuitive 3.4 Conscience is innate 3.5 Conscience and guilt 3.6 Conscience and cognition 3.7 Authoritarian/humanistic conscience 4 Virtue ethics 4.1 What is virtue ethics? 4.2 Modern virtue ethics 5 Business ethics 5.1 What is business ethics? 5.2 Key issues in business ethics 5.3 Applying ethical theories to business 6 Environmental ethics 7 Sexual ethics 6.1 What is environmental ethics? 6.2 Key issues in environmental ethics 6.3 Applying ethical theories to the environment 7.1 What is sexual ethics? 7.2 Key issues in sexual ethics 7.3 Pre-marital and extra-marital sex 7.4 Contraception 7.5 Homosexuality