Values and Society
An introductory course that critically analyzes philosophical problems implicit in our moral, political and social attitudes, with a view to assisting the student in formulating reasonable responses to a diversity of current issues. It considers such questions as: Are there objective standards for value judgements or are they merely matters of subjective taste? What is morally right? How is justice related to law or custom?
|Brantford Campus||PY110BR||M,W - 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. - Fall Term|
|Online Learning||PY110DE(1)||Online Course - Fall Term|