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Viewing: PHIL 170, section 01

Also listed as ETHICSOC 170, section 01 and PHIL 270, section 01


Term: 1192 - 1192
Instructor: Dannenberg, McDougal, Hughes

Learning Goals

Provide a broad survey of important work in philosophical ethics.
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Learn how to and/or practice reconstructing a philosophical argument from a text.
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Engage with major traditions of ethical thought, including Virtue Theory, Sentimentalism, Kantianism, and Utilitarianism.
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Learn and/or practice philosophical writing through papers and short writing assignments.
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Course Elements

How useful to you were the discussion sections?


How useful to you was the final project?


How useful to you were the lectures?


How useful to you were the readings?


How useful to you were the writing assignments?


Additional Questions

Did this course make you more likely to take another philosophy course? (If you are a graduating senior or have other reasons why the question does not apply, please leave blank)


Which of the readings this term did you find most rewarding? Which was the least? Were there any authors or papers that you expected would be on our syllabus that weren't?


How much background in philosophy did you have prior to this course? Did you feel well-prepared based on that background?



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