104 SYLL - STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY...

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STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY PHI 104.01: Moral Reasoning Fall Semester 2010 Engineering 143 MW 5:20-6:40 PM Harvey CormierHarvey Cormier 237 Harriman Hall Office Hrs.: M 2-3, Tu 4-6, and by appt. Phone: 632-7572 E-mail: [email protected] DESCRIPTION: In this course we will read historical and contemporary writings on morality in the Western philosophical tradition. We will oppose the two main traditional moral theories to each other, and we will consider some current moral problems in the light of those two theories. TEXTS: •Plato, Five Dialogues, Hackett Publishing, ISBN 9780872206335 •The Basic Writings of John Stuart Mill, Modern Library, ISBN 9780375759185 •Immanuel Kant, Ethical Philosophy, Hackett, ISBN 9780872203204 •Mark Timmons, ed., Disputed Moral Issues: A Reader, Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780195177633 •and a handful of writings available at the Blackboard site. All texts except those on Blackboard are available at the campus bookstore and at Stony Books, 1081 Rte 25A, across from the Stony Brook train station. Help with the Blackboard web site can be found at
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course PHI 104 taught by Professor Roberteason during the Fall '07 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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104 SYLL - STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY...

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