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2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

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PHL 205 - Ethics I: Introduction to Classical Ethics


2011-2012 Catalog Year

How should human beings lead their lives? How does Right differ from Wrong? Good from Bad? What is Virtue? In this course we introduce and critically evaluate the attempts of several major Western philosophers to answer these and related questions. The goal is to uncover the strengths and weaknesses of their views in order to help the student to understand better the nature of morality, and to develop the skills and background necessary for independent thought on these matters.

OFFERED: Fall, Spring
CREDIT: 3



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