UMD PHIL 443 Entire Course
University of Maryland PHIL 443 Moral Psychology Entire Course
Philosophers often stress reasoning as the appropriate source for practical and moral action. Would a realistic view of human psychology undermine this assumption? This course will examine recent philosophical and empirical work on the relevance of emotion and/or intuition to rationality, moral worth, and moral judgment.
Note: This entire course includes discussions, assignments, course projects, and exams.