PHIL 1105 Syllabus

PHIL 1105 Syllabus - ill ilt .1 t t. I ! PFIIL1105 ETHICS...

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ill ilt .1 t t. I ! PFIIL1105 ETHICS Dr. Wm. Smith SYLTABUS INSTRUCTIONS I- Goals: To famiiiarizc the studcnts with the naturc of cthical problems, the meaning of "good" and "evil" as applied to morality; the various theories and systems of Ethics will bc studicd; using thesc theorieq the students will analyzr, the major contemporary ethical problems IL Tercbools: 1. Ethical Refleaions W Wn SmittL (stron & scluster), 1998. z Readings in Ethics w wm. smith (Kcndail/F{unt), 1g9g. III. Syllabus: The syllabus amounts to the structure of &hicalBeflcgienl and will incorporate the gcncral syllabus of the Philorcphy O"p"n-."t ""d sclecrcd Readings from Readings iq Ethics IV. Examinations: 1. Mid-Tenn - an objectirc-t1pc test which will count 407o towards the final grade; Fint 2 Chaprcn/scctions 2 Final Exam - Essay/anabruis tpe; final Chaptcrs and sections; '\^rcight" - 60Vo. V. Participation: Students arc expectcd to atrcnd all classcs in ordcr to trcar the lectureq ttrc qucstions of fellorr studcnts, answersrcouunents
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2008 for the course PHIL 1105 taught by Professor Louisdebello during the Spring '07 term at Seton Hall.

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