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PHI 104.01 Moral Reasoning spring ’17 Lee Miller Course Description Learning Objectives 1-To begin to think about our values and practices and begin to reflect on their import for our lives—by reading, thinking, discussing and writing. 2-To practice applying ethical ideas and thinking to life-situations and social problems through class quizzes and discussion of brief cases and stories. 3-To demonstrate understanding of various ethical approaches in writing quizzes and exams. 4-To become more reflective and articulate about what it is to act ethically in our world. Other Information and Requirements 1. My philosophy office is in Harriman 248. Office Hours: Tues/Thurs: 11:30am-12:30 pm. Other times by appointment (email me or see me at class): <[email protected]>. 2. Class meets here: Frey 104, Tu/Th 10-11:20 am. You are required to attend EVERY class. You are to come on time, stay until the end, turn off and stow away your cell phone or tablet or laptop, and listen, ask questions, participate in discussions and written exercises. Quizzes every class. Seats will be assigned. 3. Power point outlines for each class will be on Blackboard before class meetings. Print them out and add notes to them. 4. The required book, a paperback, is available from Amazon and other online sellers: Simon Blackburn, Being Good: A Short Introduction to Ethics . Oxford Univ. Press, 2001. ISBN: 9780192853776. Do not put the book on your phone!
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