24.230 | Fall 2015 | Undergraduate


Course Description

This course considers a range of philosophical questions about the foundations of morality, such as whether and in what sense morality is objective, the nature of moral discourse, and how we can come to know right from wrong.

Course Info

Learning Resource Types
Written Assignments with Examples
A black and white drawing of a moral compass with “good” and “evil” on opposite sides.
Students in this course will explore questions about morality and ethical inquiry. (Image courtesy of Paul Downey on flickr. License CC BY.)