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PHIL 115 - Environmental Ethics


This course examines a broad range of environmental issues. Primary emphasis is given to how theoretical frameworks in ethics have been applied in substantive thinking about the rightful treatment of animals, biotic communities, species in danger of extinction, and the protection, conservation, and preservation of natural resources. Emphasis may also be given to how ethical thinking intersects with issues addressed in economics, conservation biology, and other academic disciples or how ethical perspectives have influenced social movements, public debate, and law.

Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Letter
GUR Attributes: HUM



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