Introduction to problems and fields of philosophy, through the study of major philosophers' works and, other philosophical texts. Specific content varies, with instructor.
Analyses of arguments with an emphasis on formal, analysis. Propositional and predicate calculus,, deductive techniques, and translation into, symbolic notation.
Analyses of arguments with an emphasis on formal, analysis. Propositional and predicate calculus,, deductive techniques, and translation into, symbolic notation.
Analyses of arguments with an emphasis on formal, analysis. Propositional and predicate calculus,, deductive techniques, and translation into, symbolic notation.
Fundamental issues in moral philosophy and their, application to contemporary life.
The main systematic approaches to issues in moral, philosophy. Meta-ethics: meaning of moral terms,, relativism, subjectivism, ethics and science,, social contract theory. Normative ethics:, deontological duties, utilitarianism, virtue and, character, egoism, rights, natural law, justice,, blameworthiness, excuses.