Course Description

Philosophy

PHIL 101 Introduction to Logic (3)

Hinman, L.

hinman@sandiego.edu

CRN 28     Limit 32
M-F          9 – 11:50 a.m.        KIPJ-215

The study of arguments, including basic principles of traditional logic together with an introduction to modern sentential logic. Topics include recognizing arguments, premises, conclusions, induction and deduction, fallacies, categorical syllogisms, and sentential inference forms.

PHIL 331 Biomedical Ethics (3)

Jones, G.

garyj@SanDiego.edu

CRN 29       Limit 25
M-F            1 – 3:50 p.m.        CH-112

A general study of principles or standards for judging individual and social conduct, focusing on major thinkers and philosophical issues in normative ethics, and the application of moral judgment to social or problem areas in human conduct.

PHIL 338 Environmental Ethics (3)

Peffer, R.

peffer@SanDiego.edu

CRN 35                Limit 25
M-Th (Fri., 1/6)    5:30 – 8:45 p.m.       KIPJ-215

An exploration of ethical issues pertinent to the environment, for example: obligations to future generations; the question of animal rights; endangered species; pesticides and pollution; energy technologies; depletion of resources; and global justice and ocean resources. Consideration of the pertinent obligations of individuals, businesses, and government.


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