Philosophy II - Case Studies In Ethics

Case studies in Ethics are a continuation of the philosophical journey of a student from the introductory class. It will deal with more advanced concepts and a more in-depth study of the specific areas of ethical philosophy. This course has a couple of main goals: First, to develop your skills at forming your own moral views as rationally and carefully as possible. Second, to introduce you to some important current debates in ethics, and to some of the most historically influential views in ethics.

Course Subject
Course Number
SS215
Grade Level
11, 12
Course Duration
1 Semester
Course Credit
0.5 Credits
Prerequisite
Philosophy
Course Fee
None