This course examines various moral problems and considers how they may be addressed by various normative ethical theories of moral obligation and justice, notably consequentialism and its main rivals. These theories are critically evaluated according to how well they enable us to understand our ethical lives.
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||Lectures, Seminars, Independent Study
||Formal Exam, Course work
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