|2||Individual Morality & Social Justice||French||MTuWTh 10-12||136 Barrows|
What’s involved in living a good life? What makes an action right or wrong, good or bad? What does a just society look like, and how should we respond to injustice? In this course we will try to answer these questions through interrogating classic texts in the Western philosophical tradition, as well as some contemporary work. The first part of the course focuses on questions about how individuals ought to live; the second part of the course focuses on questions about the justice of social arrangements. The goals of the course are (1) to introduce students to philosophical methods of inquiry, and (2) to familiarize students with some of the major thinkers, views, and questions in the Western tradition of moral and political philosophy. No prior experience in philosophy is required.
Previously taught: SU19C, SU19A, SP19, FL18, SU18D, SU18C, SU18A, FL17, SU17D, SU17C, SU17A, SP17, FL16, SU16D, SU16C, SU16A, FL15, SU15D, SU15A, SP15, SU14D, SU14A, SP14, SU13D, SU13A, FL12, SU12D, SU12A, FL11, SU11D, SU11A, SP11, SU10D, SU10A, SP10, SU09D, SU09A, FL08, FL07, SU07D, FL06, SU06A, FL05, SU05D, SP05, FL04, SU04D, SU04A, SP04, FL03.