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2015-2016 Catalog

PHIL 350 Metaethics

This advanced course in the philosophical study of moral properties, moral motivation, moral reasons, and moral knowledge considers questions such as: whether moral properties exist and, if so, whether they are natural or non-natural properties; whether contemporary accounts of supervenience or explanation can provide the foundations for moral realism; the relationship, if any, between moral judgment and moral motivation; whether moral requirements supply reasons for action; and whether moral knowledge is possible. [H, V]

Prerequisite

PHIL 250 and at least one other course in Philosophy, or permission of instructor

Instructor

McLeod