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PHIL 6230 : Ethical Issues in Policy Arguments
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PPPSP-MA: Master of Arts in the field Public Policy, Concentration in Philosophy and Social Policy
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Ethical Issues in Policy Arguments
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Ethical Issue-Policy Arguments
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Critical analysis of ethical foundations of public policy arguments, e.g., about protection of the environment or health and safety, equality of opportunity. Case studies of appeals to “welfare improvements,” to norms of duty, to “the social contract,” and to rights–claims. Attention to historical contexts and biases. May be taken for undergraduate credit with permission of the instructor.
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