PHIL 3360 - Environmental Ethics

Description
This course provides an introduction to moral reasoning through the philosophical examination of major problems in environmental ethics, such as the relationship between human beings and living and non-living environments, controlling nature, and land use, assessing risk, responsibility to future generations, and the role of science, among others. Students will be introduced to the idea that ethical problems are largely a matter of reason; that progress toward solutions can be gained through an application of normative ethical (philosophical) theory. Prerequisite: COMP 2000, COMP 2010, or COMP 2020 or COMP 2000H. Frequency: Every Winter.
Credits
3
Attributes
Blackboard Hybrid, GenEd Hum Ethics Req, Global Studies Req, Humaniites, Upper Level Req, Humanities, Philosophy Req, GenEd Hum Humanities Req, Latin Amer/Caribbean St Req
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019, Spring 2018
Offered
Tu
Avg. Class Size
30
Avg. Sections
1