Philosophy 340. Bioethics. (Moral)

A philosophical exploration of the ethical issues pertaining to the application of biological information and technology to the generation, alteration, preservation, and destruction of human life and aspects of our environment. Issues to be considered include: reproduction, euthanasia, genetic screening and therapy, experimentation with human and animal subjects, bio enhancement, ownership and nature, distributive justice, and integrity in publication. Prerequisite: Philosophy 102 and any 100-level Biology course.

Course Information
  • Credit:3
  • Term:Spring
Instructors
Marcy Latta
Department
Philosophy (ID)

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