Ethics — PHIL F322X-UX1
|78058||2019-08-26 to 2019-12-14||Ethic,–from the Greek "ethos" meaning character, custom, usage–is the study of value distinctions. Examination of the nature of value judgments–their historical origins and philosophical assumptions–and exploration of the application of value distinctions to contemporary social, religious and scientific/technical.||Eduardo Wilner||3.00||Prerequisites: Placement in WRTG F111X; junior standing. Recommended but not required: Two courses in the Perspectives on the Human Condition baccalaureate core.|
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