Classics in Moral Literature
Common Curriculum: Humanities/Arts Pre-modern
This course is a study of classics that reflect the gradual transformation of moral consciousness in antiquity, including readings from Plato and Aristotle. The implications of ancient moral thought and its abandonment by modernity will be examined in two classics of modern moral literature, one from Kant and the other from Nietzsche.
Prerequisite: PHIL T122
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