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Applied Ethics(応用倫理)

科目番号 01ZZ103
授業科目名(和文) Applied Ethics(応用倫理)
授業科目名(英文) Applied Ethics
授業形態
標準履修年次 1-5
開設学期 秋C
曜時限 Dec 21, 22 (9:00~17:00)
教室 Natural Science Building A505(理科系棟 A505)
単位数 1
担当教員
教員名 MATSUI Kenichi, WATANABE Kazuo
所属 Life & Environmental Sciences
学務担当 生命環境科学研究科
主実施組織 生命環境科学研究科
TF・TA
オフィスアワー等
オフィスアワー Mon. - Fri. 15:00~16:00
研究室 Master's Programs in Natural Sciences B305(理科系修士棟B305)
電話番号 029-853-6701/[E-mail:kenichim@envr.tsukuba.ac.jp]
E-mail
教育目標との関連 職業や「場」に特化されず、生命と環境に広く関わる実践可能な倫理の構築に関連し、生命やその質の選択をさまざまなかたちでしている現代社会の矛盾を多角的にとらえる。それによって、どのような社会的立場にあっても人間性を地球環境規模でとらえることのできる分析力を涵養することにもつながる。
授業の到達目標 受講生それぞれが、特定の社会の枠組みの中にとらわれず、自らを地球環境の一員としてとらえ、そこから人として研究者として、さらに職業人として自らの役割を考えることのできる力を涵養する。この目標を達成するため、レポート提出やそれへの担当教員からのフィードバック、クラスでのディスカッションを行い、各受講生が独自の意見を形成する助けとする。この学習過程を通して実践的かつ独創的な問題解決能力を養成する。
授業概要 As ethical fields for researches and medical treatments have developed in response to the needs in specific work places or social conditions/status, we have faced some discrepancies and dilemmas in applying ethical principles. Taking into account these problems, this course examines the development of individual issues in applied ethics, including human rights, animal rights/welfare, research ethics, industrial risk management, sustainable development and international environmental negotiations. These topics aim to provide a global environmental context for students to reexamine their good choice for the quality of life in modern society as global citizens. This course also aims to foster applicable ethical visions among students for their future both as persons and professional workers. The objective of this course is to help students form their own intellectual opinions that can be both practical and innovative for solving problems. The evaluation is assessed by one short research paper and in-class discussion/ participation.
キーワード 医療倫理(medical ethics)、研究倫理(research ethics)、環境倫理(environmental ethics)、産業リスクマネジメント(industrial risk management)、動物の権利・福祉(animal rights and welfare)、生命の質(quality of life)
授業計画 VI. Schedule & Lecture Topics

December 21

9:00~9:30 Course Orientation (Matsui)

9:30~12:00 Bioethics, Human Rights, and the Environment (Matsui)

13:30~16:30 International Environmental Treaties and Biosafety(Watanabe)

16:30~17:00 Summary & Discussion (Matsui)

December 22

9:00~12:00 View: “The Cove” (Matsui)
Animal Rights and Welfare (Matsui)

13:30~16:30 Industrial Risk Management (Ogami)

16:30~17:00 Summary & Discussion (Matsui)
履修条件 特になし
成績評価方法 Attendance 20%
In-class contribution 30%
Essay assignment 50%
教材・参考文献・配布資料 Tom L. Beauchamp and James F. Childress, Principles of Biomedical Ethics, 5th edition. Oxford:
Oxford University Press, 2001.
Ruth Chadwick, et al. eds., Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, 2nd ed. Academic Press, 2012.
授業外における学習方法 環境倫理学概論サイトwww.envr.tsukuba.ac.jp/~envethic/
「環境倫理学研究会」活動への参加
その他 Place to submit: Assignment Submission Box in Natural Sciences Bldg. A209
Due: January 15, 2016: 5:00 pm
Place to pick up your marked papers: Natural Sciences Bldg. A209 Return Box(late February)
*Or email Matsui for picking up your paper at his office.

Your research paper must be written in English. The topic for your research is to be chosen by yourself from one of the contents discussed on December 21 or 22. After choosing your topic, you need to articulate your analytical opinion in two pages (double space, 12 point “Times New Roman” or Century font). Your writing must be done in an essay format, including footnotes or endnotes and bibliography. In articulating your analytical opinion, please also take into account three sources or more (academic articles or book chapters) and properly cite them in the text. After submission, you will receive comments and marks, and the papers will be returned to you.

Recommendable Writing Style Manuals:
 Chicago Manual of Style (University of Tsukuba Central Library call#021.03-Ma48);
 MLA (Modern Language Association): http://www.mla.org/style_faq
 APA (American Psychological Association): http://www.apastyle.org/elecref.html
 Council of Science Editors (CSE)’s Scientific Styles and Format.
 Or use internationally well-recognized academic journals.

Warning on Plagiarism: Every academic writer must not plagiarize in writing assignment no matter how short the paper may be. If one takes the words, ideas, or research of another person(s) without proper citation as if these were his or her own, such a person is considered to have committed the act of plagiarism. Plagiarism is intellectual theft and a clear violation of the code of ethics and behavior, which often result into a severe penalty. Some students find web sites (e.g., Wikipedia) tempting and copy a large portion of it without citation. Please be aware such a work cannot be considered worth being part of admitting a credit in this course.
V. About In-Class Contribution
This course seeks to secure a safe learning environment, in which all students are welcome to express their opinions without worrying about making mistakes. You are expected to share your opinion with other students and learn from each other with due respect. Keeping this in mind as the basic underlying principle of this course, I occasionally ask you to express or write your opinion in progress about some issues that are salient in applied ethics.
開講情報 Posterpdf
開講日 2015年 12月 21日   9時00分 ~ 17時00分
2015年 12月 22日   9時00分 ~ 17時00分
備考 The course will be taught in English.
Course registration via TWINS is available from June 22 through December 21.
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