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PHIL 101 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (3 credits)
General survey of the philosophical eras and ideas of the Western world. The course will focus on identifying and understanding the underpinnings of contemporary thought through the study of philosophers from Ancient Greece to the modern day.
PHIL 210 ETHICS (3 credits)
A study of the historical development of ethical systems, including an analysis of cultural factors which bring about values formation and an examination of the process of forming value judgments.
PHIL 215 CONTEMPORARY MORAL ISSUES (3 credits)
An introduction to the problems connected with moral choice. This course examines the moral judgments that follow from the values held by a wide variety of people today on topics ranging from abortion to race, sexual behavior, the environment, etc.