This class was tough.
Ethics broadens the mind to the evolution of moral and ethical philosophies from Aristotle to Karl Marx and beyond, and teaches the student to become a thorough processor of everyday dilemmas in social strategies.
I have learned that the basic actions of everyday life are not as flippant and meaningless as I used to think; there is moral and ethical behavior to many situations that many times I did not comprehend; I have learned that one cannot just "eat, drink, and be merry" because you have moral responsibility placed on you in the way you talk, act and speak.
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It was absolutely necessary to read and watch all of the material given; you could not just write the essays and discussions without research and careful thought and preparation. I loved the thought-provoking questions the teacher would ask us because she required the students to deliberate, and not just act.