Nancy A.s. Jecker
Study of major ethical writings in the twentieth century, with principal emphasis on the Anglo-American tradition.
This course examines major metaethical theories of the twentieth century, including both cognitivist and non-cognitivist approaches. Emphasis on Western philosophy during the twentieth century, with contemporary feminist and multicultural critiques. Graduate students will be required to prepare a research paper. Prerequisite: at least one prior course in philosophy or ethics. Offered jointly with MHE 404. Meets VLPA or I&S requirement.
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