An introduction to some of the most important moral issues persons confront as citizens of a given polity. For example, when should one (dis)obey a law? Is the community's interest greater than the individual's? Students read selected prominent thinkers who have taken positions on such questions and then formulate their own positions in the context of their own situation. (Offered every year)
3 credits
Lower Division
The Interdisciplinary Clusters | Ethics and Justice
Approaches to Creation and Analysis | The Humanities