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ETHICSOC 22: Searching Together after the Common Good: An Introduction to Ethics in the Western Tradition (SLE 22)

Important works from the Western tradition will be used to construct and explore some basic frameworks for ethical thinking. Students will gain a familiarity with some canonical texts and develop skills of close-reading and group discussion when it comes to ethical inquiry. Course texts can vary by quarter and year but will include a mix of canonical philosophical, religious, and literary texts. NOTE: Former SLE students should sign up for the ETHICSOC 22 listing of this class. SLE 22 is a course in ethics for high school students, taught primarily through an history based humanities curriculum. Stanford Student's participation in this course will include classroom experience with the high school students, as well as time with the course instructors to discuss, evaluate, and reflect on the course design.
Terms: Win, Spr | Units: 1-3 | Repeatable 2 times (up to 3 units total)
Instructors: Watkins, G. (PI)
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