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Pythagoras (578?-510? B.C.)

Welcome to Ethics Class!

 

Ethics is the philosophical study of fundamental moral principles and the application of the principles to specific situations.

Remember, we study ethics in order to help us live better lives.

The navigation buttons above are specifically for this class.  At the first one, you will find a copy of the syllabus that you received in class.  Under Assignments you will find a weekly listing of all the assignments for the course.  Naturally this listing is subject to change as we progress through the course.  On the Readings page you will find links to the various required readings for this course that are in addition to your texts.  Notes will provide you with additional information on topics from the class in order to aid your grasp of the material.  Finally, Resources will provide you with additional course-specific information to help with your studies.

Friedrich Nietzsche

(1844-1900)