Philosophy 2330.01

Environmental Ethics

Instructor: Susanna Goodin
Delivery Method:
Traditional In Person
Meeting Times:
MWF 2:10p - 3:00p
Crosslisted with:
ENR 2330

Environmental Ethics begins with the study of traditional ethical theories (Utilitarianism, Rights, Justice) applied to conflicted situations regarding the environment, such as climate  change, pollution, resource depletion, animals, and future generations.  It then looks at the failure of traditional ethical theories to deal appropriately with these issues and turns to innovative approaches that challenge assumptions about both nature and ethics.

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Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-3204



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