University of Manitoba

PHIL 2290 Ethics and Society

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An examination of some contemporary ethical theories and their application to a number of practical issues. Issues to be discussed may include: reverse discrimination, freedom of expression, paternalism, and theories of punishment. Students may not hold credit for PHIL 2290 and any of the former PHIL 2531 or PHIL 2740 or PHIL 2741 or PHIL 2750 or PHIL 2751. Prerequisite: successful completion of 30 hours of university credit.

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