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PHIL 420W - Ethical Theory


A systematic study of different approaches to ethical theorizing focused primarily on the Western philosophical tradition. Specific topics may include: the objectivity, rationality, and authority of ethical norms; theories of what is good and why; accounts of moral standing; varieties of consequentialism and deontology; neo-Kantian and contractualist views; virtue theory; feminist ethics; existentialist ethics.

Credit Hours: 3 hrs
Prerequisite: Two courses in philosophy other than   or  
Previously Listed As: PHIL 420


Last Updated: Writing Intensive Credit 2/2013, effective Summer 2013; New Course 1/2013, effective Summer 2013


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