PHI - 3695 - Philosophy and Death

Description

A philosophical investigation of the nature and significance of death. Focuses on critical assessment of arguments regarding such topics as the definition of death, whether death is bad for the deceased, whether immortality is desirable or even conceivable, and the ethics of ending and starting lives. (H)

Frequency: Intermittent

Last Offered: Fall 2018

Fulfills the following requirements:

Course prerequisites include some or all of:

PHI - 2010 PHI - 2100 PHI - 2630 PHM - 2204