PHIL 273B - Metaethics

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This is a graduate student only introduction to contemporary metaethics. Can moral and ethical values be justified or is it just a matter of opinion? Is there a difference between facts and values? Are there any moral truths? Does it matter if there are not? Focus is not on which things or actions are valuable or morally right, but what is value or rightness itself. Prerequisites: graduate standing and PHIL 280, PHIL 281, and an ethics course.
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Fall 2017
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W
Avg. Class Size
30
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1