Courses: Human Nature and the Ethical Life (PHILH115B01)
What is an ethical life for humans? What values, motivations and actions are humans by nature inclined towards? How might oneâs answer to the second question affect oneâs answer to the first? These three questions together form a core problem in the history of ethics. In this class, we will address these three questions through close and critical reading of some classic texts of western ethics.
Fulfills: HU III