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Hill, Scott Andrew Scholar In Residence

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  • BCOR 2302 - Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2021
    Throughout this course students will consider the interconnectedness of law, ethics, values, public policy and regulation. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of individual and organizational responsibility for business. Allows students to consider the relationship between business and ethics in the broader social context, which is necessary to successfully navigate an increasingly complex, global business environment. Duplicate degree credit not granted for BCOR 3010, BCOR 2003.
  • ENVS 3140 - Environmental Ethics
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2021
    Examines major traditions in moral philosophy to see what light they shed on value issues in environmental policy and the value presuppositions of the economic, ecological, and juridical approaches to the environment. Same as PHIL 3140.
  • PHIL 1160 - Introduction to Bioethics
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2020
    Introduces students to moral dilemmas in medical practice, biomedical research, and health policy, placing them in the context of comprehensive ethical theories and core principles of bioethics. Topics may include: euthanasia; abortion; organ procurement; moral status; research on nonhuman animals; navigating cultural differences between patients and health professionals; and the fair distribution of healthcare resources; as well as the bioethical issues arising from technological advances in medicine, including genetic engineering, cloning, and assistive reproductive technologies.
  • PHIL 1600 - Philosophy and Religion
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Philosophical introduction to some of the central concepts and beliefs of religious traditions, focusing particularly on the question of the existence of God and on the relation between religious beliefs and moral beliefs.
  • PHIL 2270 - Philosophy and Race
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2020 / Fall 2020 / Spring 2021
    Explores the historical relationship between western philosophy and race and investigates the ways in which philosophy can be used to address contemporary racial issues.
  • PHIL 3140 - Environmental Ethics
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2021
    Examines major traditions in moral philosophy to see what light they shed on value issues in environmental policy and the value presuppositions of the economic, ecological, and juridical approaches to the environment. Recommended prerequisite: PHIL 1100 or PHIL 1200 or PHIL 2200 or PHIL 3100 or PHIL 3200. Same as ENVS 3140.
  • PHIL 3190 - War and Morality
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2021
    Focuses on moral issues raised by war. When, if ever, can war be morally justified? Are rules of war globally applicable, or are they affected by local religious and cultural frameworks? Are colonized nations bound by the same rules of war as their colonizer states? Are states ever obligated to intervene to stop massacres or genocides in other states? Recommended prerequisite: 6 hours of PHIL coursework.

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