Moral Philosophy FA2 (3)

Course Level: Undergraduate

Moral Philosophy FA2 (3) This course investigates the question of what it means to live amoral life. Examining major works in Western philosophy, issues discussed include moral goodness and evil, the nature of justice and rights, the relationship between morality and self-interest, the justification of moral judgments, relativism versus objective truth, the role of pleasure in the good life, and the meaning of character and virtue. Usually Offered: fall and spring.