|2||Individual Morality & Social Justice||Sluga||MWF 9-10||Hearst Field Annex A1|
The course deals with fundamental ethical issues and is intended, at the same time, as an introduction to philosophy. It seeks to addresses questions concerning the self, our relations to others and our commitment to various human communities. It asks, thus: How can I lead a good life? Are there rules for my relations with others? How are we to settle questions of social living together?
We will examine these issues with the help of writings from both Western and Non-Western sources, both classical and modern authors. All the required readings will be made available in a Class Reader.
Previously taught: SU17D (Haddow), SU17A (Kaplan), SP17 (Kolodny), FL16 (Sluga), SU16D (Khokhar), SU16A (Murray), FL15 (Sluga), SU15D (Pickering), SU15A (Vildostegui), SP15 (Sluga), SU14D (Jonker), SU14A (Gibson), SP14 (Sluga), SU13D (Berkey), SU13A (Berkey), FL12 (Sluga), SU12D (Carey), SU12A (Scharding), FL11 (Sluga), SU11D (Matthes), SU11A (Berkey), SP11 (Kolodny), SU10D (Berkey), SU10A (Kohl), SP10 (Kolodny), SU09D (Engen), SU09A (Berkey), FL08 (Sluga), FL07 (Kolodny), SU07D (Callard), FL06 (Kolodny), SU06A (Callard), FL05 (Wallace), SU05D (Haase), SP05 (Rees), FL04 (Rees), SU04D (Callard), SU04A (Smith), SP04 (Sluga), FL03 (Wallace).