PHI 21 Moral Values and Ethical Decisions

This course is an introduction to moral reasoning and ethical decision-making, with a focus on fundamental ethical theories. Using the different theories, we examine some major moral dilemmas we face (such as the death penalty, world hunger environmental ethics, abortion, sexual morality censorship). GS-VB2, VI. Note: Effective Fall 2014 students who take this course may not take PHI 92 for GS credit, but may take PHI 192.