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|PHI 2999: Aesthetics|
|This course familiarizes students with many of the themes and topics of contemporary moral philosophy through an exploration of the arts, including film, television, and literature. It also addresses topics in the ethics of art, such as whether there are moral limits to artistic expression, and whether the moral qualities of an artwork or artist should figure into the aesthetic appraisal of works of art. The aims of this course include: identifying ethical issues in works of art and through works of art, learning how to analyze philosophical arguments, and learning how to articulate one’s own arguments.|
||Not offered this academic year.
|Attributes: Ways of Engaging, Arts and Humanities B
Grade Modes: Normal Grading, Audit, Pass/No Credit
Instructional Methods: Arranged, Traditional