Instructor
Layman, McKeever

Introduction to the philosophical evaluation of ethical decision-making and moral life. Discussion of such questions as: What grounds the difference between right and wrong action? How is happiness related to morality? Do moral questions admit of objective answers, and if so how can moral disagreements be resolved? What is the virtue of justice? Does morality require (or benefit from) a religious foundation?  A variety of philosophical approaches will be considered with a view to which best helps us understand this vital dimension of human life.

Satisfies Health and Human Values minor requirement.
Satisfies a requirement in the Philosophy major.
Satisfies the Philosophical and Religious Perspectives requirement.
Satisfies the Justice, Equality, and Community requirement. 

Prerequisites
(Spring)

Class Details
Course PHI 215
Section 0
CRN 20340
Time T R
Time 0110 - 0225pm
Building 3068 CHAM
Instructor Sean McKeever
Notes
Max 30
Current 0
Remaining 30
Semester Spring 2022