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Fall 2010
Mar 26, 2019
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PHIL 2290 - Ethics and Society
(Formerly 015.229) An examination of some contemporary ethical theories and their application to a number of practical issues. Current issues to be discussed may include: ethics and the environment; abortion and euthanasia; sexual freedom and human equality; civil disobedience; individual liberty vs. state authority; punishment; and, justice and utility. Students may not hold credit for PHIL 2290 (015.229) and any of: PHIL 2531 (015.253) or PHIL 2740 (015.274) or PHIL 2750 (015.275). Prerequisite: successful completion of 30 hours of university credit.
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6.0 Credit hours

Arts Course

Philosophy Department

Course Attributes:
Humanities, Labour Studies:Elective, Philosophy:Group 3-Systematic

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:     
      Undergraduate
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:     
      Faculty of Science
      Faculty of Engineering
      Faculty of Human Ecology
      Faculty of Management
      Faculty of Agric.and Food Sci.
      Faculty of Education
      Faculty of Architecture
      Faculty of Social Work
      College of Nursing
      School of Art
      College of Rehabilitation Sci
      Faculty of Music
      Faculty of Kines & Rec Mgmt
      Extended Education
      University 1
      Faculty of Env, Earth, & Res
      Faculty of Arts
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses:     
      Main (Fort Garry & Bannatyne)

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