Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This class isn't about cramming facts or information into your head; it's about teaching you and allowing you to see the world in a different life. Casey allows us to have discussions during class about the various ethics that he introduces to us and provides the means for us to think differently about the idea of having morals and just what exactly that entitles us to do and how to act up those appointed morals.
How to find out where one's personal morals came from and how they are formed.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Always listen to the in class discussion. If you tune out for even a minute or so they'll have gone from discussing Calicott to Leopold's land ethic.