Ethics and Social Contracts

Duration: 2 hours

The social contract is a means of creating social order, a way of governing how people interact with one another so that individuals are co-operative and treated fairly. In this course, you'll learn about the basic requirements of social contract theory and their ethical implications for human rights and behaviour.


Please note: Course notes are provided in PDF format for your convenience and can be downloaded to print or view on your device.

Self Assessment Test