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Course Overview

Study of questions relating to value judgments, such as ¿What makes actions right or wrong?¿ and ¿What are the components of a good life?¿ This course covers the principles and methods of moral reasoning. Students will compare and evaluate various ethical theories, and use them to examine and debate classic problems and current controversies.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Minor, Undergraduate
Prerequisite or Corequisite: GSR 150 or the equivalent

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