Explores central themes in ethics, such as what our most fundamental obligations are, using the tools of philosophical argument and analysis. Content, readings, and assignments vary by section and instructor.
Dates: May 22 to June 16, 2023; No more than two distinct 02X classes may apply to a major, though additional ones may be taken for credit; Asynchronous online course
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