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PL 2301 - Foundations of Ethics

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PL 2301 Course Description

PL 2301 - Foundations of EthicsThis course develops a set of concepts and skills that form the foundation of objective moral reasoning. Included among those concepts are character, virtue, and vice; intentions, actions, and consequences; as well as freedom, responsibility, and the good. It elucidates those moral structures and precepts that are not only implicit in the nature of human consciousness but also necessary for discerning values, the common good, and human flourishing. Thus, it builds upon the central ideas from PL 1301PL 1301 is a pre-requisite for PL 2301.

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