|Time||Days||Location||Instructor||GER||Credit||OPUS Class Number||Syllabus (Tentative)|
Rich Building 211
|Hartle, Ann D.||HAP.||4||1396||TBA.|
This course will examine a question that every thoughtful human being asks: What is the best life for a human being? We will discuss the way this question has been addressed by philosophers of the ancient, medieval, and modern world.
Required Textbooks, Articles, and Resources
- Trial and Death of Socrates. ISBN: 9780872205543.
- Phaedo. ISBN: 9780915144181.
- Nicomachean Ethics, trans. Robert Bartlett and Susan Collins. ISBN: 9780226026756.
- Confessions, trans. Sheed. ISBN: 9780872201866 .
- Ethical Writings of Maimonides. ISBN: 9780486245225.
- An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals. ISBN: 9780915145454 .
- Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals. ISBN: 9780915145003 .
|Assignment/Exam||Details||% of Total Grade|
|Final essay exam||40%|
|Midterm essay exam||30%|
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