Ethics (PHIL*2120-02) | College of Arts

Ethics (PHIL*2120-02)

Term: Fall 2014


What is ethics or morality? And why ought we be moral? Since antiquity, these questions have been answered in variety of ways by verity of moral philosophers. In this course the students will be introduced to such a range of ethical theories. We will critically examine some of the major schools in moral philosophy including, ethical subjectivism, cultural relativism, ethical egoism, utilitarianism, deontologism, etc. This analysis will be supplemented by a discussion of contemporary ethical issues and controversies such as animal rights, euthanasia, gay rights, etc.


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