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Oct 23, 2014 by Amanda McLaughlin (alm113)
PHIL 6245 : Biomedical Ethics
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 08:40:24 GMT
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 19:44:26 GMT
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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An in-depth introduction to the field of biomedical ethics. Following a brief review of ethical theory, the course proceeds to several central topics in biomedical ethics before ending with students' presentations of their original research. The emphasis is on normative ethical reasoning, with considerable attention to the empirical assumptions underlying particular ethical judgments and to policy dimensions of several of the central topics.
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PHIL 6245 DeGrazia SP13.pdf
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This course is in the bulletin as counting towards 4 credits, but it should only be worth 3 credits. This submisison is meant to correct that error.
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