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A guide to resources in support of the philosophy discipline at LSC-University Park.

Course Info

The systematic evaluation of classical and/or contemporary ethical theories concerning the good life, human conduct in society, morals, and standards of value.

  1. Read, analyze, and critique philosophical texts.
  2. Define and appropriately use important terms such as relativism, virtue, duty, rights, utilitarianism, natural law, egoism, altruism, autonomy, and care ethics.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of major arguments and problems in ethics.
  4. Present and discuss well-reasoned ethical positions in writing.
  5. Apply ethical concepts and principles to address moral concerns.
  6. Apply course material to various aspects of life.
  7. Discuss ways of living responsibly in a world where people have diverse ethical beliefs.