PHIL108-02B Moral and Social Problems (with Jonathan Kearns Cooper-Wiele)
Important moral and social issues of current concern are examined and debated. The course covers several problems each semester from a list including criminal punishment, war, abortion, racism, violence, the death penalty, private property, sexism, animal rights, the environment, and hunger.
Prerequisite(s): Students who have taken PHIL 109G may not enroll in this course
Instructor permission required to register for this course.