Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy and Philosophy of Law

The ethical theories are explanative concepts regarding moral problems and experiences. Explanation and elucidation of the subjects addressed in moral debates bring more argumentative rigour to ethical discourse. Rationally founded, the means of ethical evaluation seek to eliminate common intuitions from moral debates. The explanations of phenomena and experiences in social life are found in the wide array of problems of the specific currents of social and political philosophy. From this perspective, the great themes of social and political philosophy are addressed and solved with objectivity, beyond partisanships of any kind.