Introduction to Ethics and Values (PHIL 133.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
PHIL 133 02 January 2017 Mary Day (primary instructor)
PHIL 133 04 January 2017 Susan Dieleman (primary instructor)
PHIL 133 62 January 2017 Maricarmen Jenkins (primary instructor)
 
PHIL 133 01 September 2016 William Buschert (primary instructor)
PHIL 133 03 September 2016 Susan Dieleman (primary instructor)
PHIL 133 05 September 2016 Emer O'Hagan (primary instructor)
PHIL 133 61 September 2016 Anthony Jenkins (primary instructor)
 
PHIL 133 01 July 2016 Mary Day (primary instructor)
 
PHIL 133 02 January 2016 Mary Day (primary instructor)
PHIL 133 10 January 2016 Emer O'Hagan (primary instructor)
PHIL 133 62 January 2016 John Liptay (primary instructor)

Description

This course explores fundamental questions regarding morality, justice, and beauty. Questions covered include: What makes a society just? Do we have obligations regarding what is right? What makes acts good? Are values merely relative? What makes something a work of art? Philosophy proceeds by the presentation and evaluation of reasons for alternative answers to fundamental questions and leads to improved critical, evaluative, and writing skills.

Note

Students with credit for PHIL 110 may not take this course for credit.

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