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PHL 326 - Indian Ethics


4 credits
Offers a philosophical study of both classical and contemporary Indian ethics. Addresses such fundamental ethical questions as: What should we be doing, and why should we do it? Introduces students to the rich, ageless tradition of Indian ethics. Drawing on sources Indian and Western, classical and contemporary, the course explores key ethical concepts (e.g., dharma, karma, and moksa) and demonstrates an organic relationship among ethics and religion, philosophy, and social culture. Prerequisite(s): USEM 102  and sophomore standing.
Grade mode designated on a CRN basis each term. Students should consult current term schedule.



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