I have a (free) slimmed-down version available on Udemy – https://www.udemy.com/minicourse-ethics-of-everyday-life/ – but I’ve had to stop work again for a few days, in view of a potentially terrorism-related incident of which I became a target (but which British police of course as usual are not going to investigate).
You can also go to mybioethicscourse.com to learn more about my new online course, “Bioethics – the ethics of everyday life”.
The course currently contains 25 lectures with assignments, links and tests, in 7 sections. Lectures 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are already available on YouTube, as well as on mybioethicscourse.com; here is the link to Lecture 5 on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ncGXvdnPEuE. The assignments and other materials form a vital part of the course. You’ll do most of your learning in the assignments.
Course platform will be Udemy, but I will make all or most of the lectures freely available on YouTube as well.
Daddy Jemima (Lecture 3) got killed on purpose, by the way, by my stalkers. To spite me, and possibly also out of jealousy, but mainly to spite me. An Asda employee was implicated, but I don’t think that he had a clue of what had happened. I think he was just one of the many clueless flying monkeys. (I’ve been a target of sadistic stalking for over ten years. No, I’d never heard of it either.)