Making Moral Decisions


Common Curriculum: Humanities/Arts Modern

This course treats the nature of personal and moral decision making leading to consideration of some ethical positions influential on the current philosophical scene (e.g., teleology, Kantian deontology, utilitarianism, natural law theory, etc.) and their application to contemporary moral problems.

Prerequisite: PHIL T122.

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