PHIL3208Ecological Ethics (In-Person and Online)3 ch
Explore key ethical issues concerning humanity's relationship to the earth. Dominant themes include deciding what has value, criteria for making good decisions, and moral principles for human behaviour toward the world. Become familiar with a range of perspectives and positions commonly found in Western environmental debates, with emphasis on the relationship between theory and practice. NOTE: Students can recieve credit for only one of PHIL 2206, PHIL 3206, and PHIL 3208. While this course is open to all students, only one upper division course in applied ethics (PHIL 3204, PHIL 3206, PHIL 3207, PHIL 3208, PHIL 3209, PHIL 3211, PHIL 3261, PHIL 3262) counts towards the major or Honours requirements, without permission of chair or advisor.