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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2022

PHIL 37.02 Morality Critics

For most of its history morality has had vociferous critics. These critics argue that morality’s claims are illusory, ungrounded, or corrosive to human happiness. This course will examine some relatively recent examples of these arguments, including classic critiques from Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud, the “anti-theory” movement represented by Anscombe, Foot, and Williams, as well as recent work on evolution, error theory, the revision of normative concepts, and the possibility of ethics without ethical theory.

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