PHIL 240:  Introduction to Philosophical Ethics

Course Description

Syllabus

Reading Assignments

End of Class Questions

Exam #1 Review Questions (to be distributed in class on Friday, June 27).

Exam #2 Review Questions (to be distributed in class on Wed., July 9).

Final Exam Review Questions (to be distributed in class on Friday, July 18).

 

Link to Chapter 5 of Mill's Autobiography, "A Crisis in my Mental History"

Link to Jean-Paul Sartre's "Existentialism is a Humanism"

 

Written Assignments

 

Transparencies (Those Currently Available are Underlined.  Those not Underlined Will Be Available Later in the Course): 

       Introduction

       Logical Terminology (To be used in conjunction with the Handout #3)

       The Divine Command Theory and the Original Euthyphro Question

       Egoism

       Relativism and Non-Relativism

       Consequentialist Ethical Theories

       Deontological Ethical Theories

       Collective Action Problems

       Non-Cognitivist Ethical Theories

       Aristotle and Virtue Ethics

       What Kind of Reason is There to be Moral?

 

Other Handouts (Those Currently Available Are Underlined.  Those That Are Not Underlined Will Be Available Later In The Course):

 

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