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|PHIL 102 - Introduction to Ethics: Why Be Moral? (Gen.Ed. Goals 4, 12)|
An exploration of moral reasoning, and the claims of morality on self and society through an assessment of ethical theories, both classical and modern. The course considers topics such as human sexuality and the preservation of integrity in human decision making. The dynamics of self and society and subjects of social responsibility are pursued by focusing attention on issues such as freedom and justice; rights and duty; race, gender, and class; and the meaning of work.
1.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Non-Matriculated, Post-Baccalaureate, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture
Goal CCC - Reasoning Skills, Goal CCC - Writing Skills, Undergraduate Level Course, G2_Goal 4: Literatre/Philosphy, G2_Goal 12: Gender,Class,Race, G3_Goal 4: Literatre/Philosphy, G3_Goal 12: Gender,Class,Race