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AS.150.220. Introduction to Moral Philosophy. 3.0 Credits.

An introduction to moral philosophy through in-depth and critical reading of selected texts from the history of philosophy. The philosophers whose texts will be discussed include Plato, Aristotle, Kant and Nietzsche.
Instructor(s): H. Bok; L. Theunissen
Area: Humanities.

AS.220.150. Steal This Book. 3.0 Credits.

From Spike Lee to The Clash, art can wield immense influence on our worldview. This class will explore the intersection of social critique and American literature. Class texts will also include a range of pertinent films, documentaries, and popular music. We'll examine the social utility of art and how artists use their craft to make a statement. Classwork includes Blackboard posts on current events, weekly creative writing assignments, and a final portfolio of creative work.
Instructor(s): J. Takacs
Area: Humanities
Writing Intensive.