PHIL 301. Ethics

The aim of this course is to give students a deeper understanding of some of the fundamental issues and perspectives regarding morality that were introduced in Clare 304 (The Good Life). Topics include the source, range, and truth-value of moral claims, the existence of moral facts, classic and contemporary normative moral theory, value theory, moral reasoning, and descriptive studies of moral decision-making and action. 
Offered: Every 2 years
Credits: 3
Prerequisite: Clare 304