Winter 2020 COURSES
The following courses are offered during the Winter 2020 semester. Please view the Moravian College Course Catalog for a complete listing of the Philosophy Department course offerings.
Winter 2020 Schedule
|Course Code||Title||Instructor||Begin Date||End Date||LinC|
|PHIL 230 OL||Advanced Topics: Ethics of Abortion||Cantens||1/2/2020||1/19/2020||U2|
|PHIL 234 2 OL||Aristotle on Friendship||Cantens||1/2/2020||1/19/2020|
|PHIL 281 OL||Topics in Ethics: Race and Film||Moeller||1/2/2020||1/19/2020||M3|
|PHIL 281 2 OL||Topics in Ethics: Should We Fear Death||Naraghi||1/2/2020||1/19/2020|
PHIL 230 OL: Advanced Topics: Ethics of Abortion
This course analyzes the moral issue of abortion and the most prominent contemporary philosophical arguments through primary philosophical texts. (U2) Cantens.
PHIL 234 2 OL: Aristotle on Friendship
This course studies Aristotle's conception of the nature of friendship as described in Books VIII and IX of the Nicomachean Ethics. Winter, Cantens.
PHIL 281 OL: Topics in Ethics: Race and Film
This course addresses a variety of topics that change by semester in the areas of normative ethics, applied ethics and meta-ethics. (M3) Moeller.
PHIL 281 2 OL: Topics in Ethics: Should We Fear Death
This course addresses a variety of topics that change by semester in the areas of normative ethics, applied ethics and meta-ethics. Naraghi.