10:30 AM to 11:45 AM TR
Robinson Hall B368
Section Information for Spring 2020
Fulfills the requirement for a course in ethics, social and political philosophy for the philosophy major.
A great many moral issues arise out of our confrontation with our biology. We face questions about bringing new human life into the world, shaping our future children, how to conduct ourselves as patients and clinicians, how race and gender affect health outcomes, planning for old age and incompetency, and, of course, death. This class explores the complex moral dimensions of these questions.
Mason Core (All)
Satisfies the general education requirement in systhesis.
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