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Prerequisite: Completion of an English Sequence (4 credits)">

PHIL 4525 - Virtual Ethics

Description
This course will explore the impact of information technology on the individual and society. It will address questions regarding freedom, privacy, justice and human flourishing in an information age. Topics including the ethics of technology design, social media, networked environments and virtual realities, gaming, robotics and artificial intelligence will shed light on the new ethical question that challenge our evolving symbiotic relationship with technology. We will conduct our study of “virtual ethics" through primary and secondary readings, including scholarly articles and literature as well as narrative films. Prerequisite: Completion of an English Sequence (4 credits)
Credits
4
Recent Professors
Recent Semesters
Fall 2020
Offered
W, Th
Avg. Class Size
20
Avg. Sections
2