In life we constantly face situations that have a moral component. However, our brain is lazy and we are inclined towards polarization. We create ethical dilemmas in our head: "Should I or shouldn't I do it", "good or bad", "white or black". The truth is that most of these situations involve problems and not ethical dilemmas. If the answer always meant doing the right thing instead of the wrong thing, everything would be very simple.
However, the problem is when there are two or more conflicting values. Finding an answer that safeguards a bit of both values is the real challenge of ethical action. This course aims to teach, among other things, a methodology to identify values, analyze the ways to act and find the best way to act in the face of ethical problems.