Spring 2007 not offered
Main types of classical and contemporary ethical theory; utilitarianism, dentology, virtue theory, and others. Applications of ethical theory to practical moral problems: e.g., killing vs. letting die, intending vs. forseeing, future generations, and others.
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Interested students without prerequisites should contact instructor. Note this course is NOT appropriate as first course in philosophy.
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