PHL 225: Ethics
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“Pathway with Wildflowers”, by S. Patterson, 2009. Reproduced under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

Winter 2016: Section 01

Professor Patterson

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:25-10:40 AM in LA 231

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Basic Course Information


Course Objectives


Course Policies


Assignment Structure

There will be regular class preparation assignments for nearly every day we meet and we will do group work related to these assignments at almost every class. There will also be class debates. Every student in the class will be required to participate in one of them.Very brief writing assignments are associated with these. Dates for the debates are given in the Course Plan. Attendance and participation are also graded. Finally, each student will complete a short writing assignment dealing with special material we will cover pertaining to the way that cities have influenced the direction of moral philosophy. The instructor reserves the right to assign other work as he deems it necessary or helpful. For further details, including evaluation rubrics, click on the links below.

Assignments

Participation and Group Work

Special Assignment On Cities And Moral Philosophy

Debate


How We Work


Honors


Final Grading


Course Plan and Assignment Schedule

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