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Moral Debate in Society

Description:
This course studies some contemporary problems of social ethics, particularly abortion, the death penalty, affirmative action, and world hunger and global justice. It introduces various positions on these issues, and the justifications that have been offered to support them. This course develops each student's ability to articulate a position clearly and defend it persuasively. This course may count toward the philosophy major with the permission of the Department.

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