Course Code PHIL 110B
Course Title Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics and Values
Online Offers
  • Winter 2022 (tentative) (Instructor: TBA)
Course Location Online
Credit Weight 0.5
Course Description

This course is an introduction to philosophical thinking about ethics and value, that is, about what is good, right, fair, just, and worthwhile in life. Includes consideration of questions such as "What is the right thing to do?" and "Do human beings have free will?"

Typical terms may not reflect online offerings.

Course Work and Exam Winter 2021 course outline (note 2)
Author(s) Gerry Callaghan
Coordinator Gerry Callaghan
Requisites
  • Antirequisite: PHIL 101
System Requirements
  • A computer with Internet access is required for all online and multimodal courses. Please see the System Requirements.
Taught in English
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