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ETHICS 495 Ethics in Practice (2) Stephen M. Gardiner, Michael I Blake, Sara L. Goering, Carina Fourie
Culmination of the values-in-society minor. Synthesizes training in ethics with primary discipline. Includes a project of positive social engagement (service learning or research project with fieldwork). Limited to undergraduates completing the minor in values and society. Credit/no-credit only.
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ETHICS 511 Ethics Matters: An Exploration of Some Moral Qualities (5) Carina Fourie, Sara L. Goering
Asks what we fundamentally require of ourselves and others if we are to live together in morally acceptable ways by discussing moral qualities as they appear in various arenas. Topics include: autonomy, respect, integrity, and trust.
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ETHICS 512 Justice Matters: An Exploration of Justice as a Social Ideal (5) Stephen M. Gardiner, Michael I Blake
Asks what makes social policies and institutions morally acceptable, primarily through a discussion about justice and injustice. Topics include: relativism, the sources of competing conceptions of justice and equality, cost-benefit analysis, distributive justice, and beneficence.
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ETHICS 513 Capstone Workshop (2) Sara L. Goering, Carina Fourie, Michael I Blake, Stephen M. Gardiner
Collaborative research workshop. Capstone course for the values-in-society graduate certificate program. Prerequisite: either ETHICS 511, VALUES 511, ETHICS 512, or VALUES 512 Offered: Sp.
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ETHICS 591 Ethics Matters in Science: Research Questions as Moral Questions (3)
Aims to introduce graduate and professional students from a wide range of primarily non-medical scientific backgrounds to some common moral questions that arise in the course of doing scientific research, and to provide a basic philosophical framework for thinking about related issues that arise within their own disciplines or fields.
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