• Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 115

    A general introduction to the nature of philosophical analysis. Lectures, readings, and discussions will focus on representative issues and thinkers from the main areas of philosophy (such as the nature of truth, reality, morality, politics, and religion). 4 credits

  • Ethics PHIL 119

    The course provides a systematic introduction to the major thinkers and their positions on the main issues of ethics, i.e.: What is morality? What are moral values? How do moral judgments differ from other types of statements? Are there objective, universal, absolute moral standards? If so, what are they, and what is their basis? 4 credits