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PHIL 252: Ethics and the Good Life

This course examines the main Western ethical theories and their application to contemporary moral concerns. Theoretical issues may include rights, duties, virtue, hedonism, egoism, the relation between ethics and theology, the fact-value distinction, relativism, and pluralism. Students discuss current topics such as global economic justice, euthanasia, the death penalty, animal rights, censorship, racism, privacy rights versus public safety, reproductive ethics, and environmental ethics. Offered annually. Counts toward management studies concentration.
Prerequisite: completion of BTS-T or permission of instructor.

Philosophy

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...Life PHIL 243 Aesthetics PHIL 245 Philosophy and Feminism PHIL 250 Biomedical Ethics PHIL 252...

Management Studies

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...Advanced Conversation and Composition PHIL 252 Ethics and the Good Life PHIL 257 Environmental Ethics...

Ancient Studies

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...LATIN 252 Vergil and Latin Epic (or any other Latin course beyond 231) PHIL 235...

Art and Art History

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...department strongly recommends ART 252 or ART 253...Nature and American Landscapes PHIL 243 Aesthetics Chair...

French

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...1880, Revolutionary Art ART 252 Art 1880-1945...Classical And Romantic Eras PHIL 236 History of...

Japanese

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...in Japan (abroad) HIST 252 Japanese Civilization HIST...345 East Asia Seminar PHIL 251 Asian Philosophy...