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PHIL 3377 Normative Ethical Theories (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

This course examines approaches to morality's theoretical reconstruction that respectively emphasize: (1) achieving good results, (2) performing dutiful actions, and (3) cultivating virtuous character. Readings will be selected from classic works by such philosophers as J.S. Mill, Kant, and Aristotle, as well as from recent writings by contemporary thinkers, including M. Baron, C. Korsgaard, P. Pettit, T.M. Scanlon, M. Slote, and L. Zagzebski.

Instructor(s): Jorge Garcia

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17