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PHI 460 - Rights, Duties, and the Meaning of Life: Moral Philosophy

This course is dedicated to some of the most fundamental questions about value: What is value? Where does it come from? How many kinds of it are there? What are the relationships between the different kinds of value? Readings will be drawn from classical and contemporary philosophical literature. Offered winter semester of odd-numbered years.

Credits: 3

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