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PHIL 4303 (3-3-0) Ethics
A survey of the development of ethical thought, both ancient and modern. Various ethical systems and their proponents, including alternative Christian perspectives, will be covered along with a discussion of contemporary ethical problems such as abortion, homosexuality, war, ecology, business ethics, social justice, etc. Fall, even-numbered years.
Prerequisite: PHIL 2301 or instructor approval.