PHIL 103 - Moral and Social Problems (GT-AH3)

  • 3 credits

Contemporary ethical issues in the United States, such as abortion, euthanasia, and genetic engineering.

This course meets the All-University Core Curriculum (AUCC) requirements for Arts/Humanities (Category 3B) and is approved under gtPathways in the content area of Ways of Thinking (GT-AH3).

This course can be applied toward:

Textbooks and Materials

Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.

Required

  • Disputed Moral Issues: A Reader, 3rd Ed. (2014)
    Timmons, Mark
    ISBN: 978-0199946792

Instructors

Shawn Brady

shawn.brady@colostate.edu

As a philosophy instructor, Shawn aims to facilitate the development of students’ critical thinking skills by challenging and supporting students through the learning process, demonstrating the fun of philosophy through enthusiastic and interactive teaching, and being a fellow learner open to others’ ideas and questions.

Shawn earned his Master’s degree in philosophy from Colorado State University in 2010 and his Bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of North Florida in 2007. He holds a Senior Teaching Appointment within the Philosophy Department and has been teaching since 2011. Shawn teaches PHIL 103 – Moral and Social Problems.

Outside of philosophy, Shawn enjoys landscape photography, hiking, and traveling.

Harold Gamble

(970) 491-0248 | Harold.Gamble@colostate.edu

Harold Gamble received his Ph.D. from Washington University in 1974. He holds a senior teaching appointment and has taught at CSU since January 2007. Dr. Gamble teaches the online PHIL103 (Moral and Social Problems) and PHIL 110 (Logical and Critical Thinking) courses with CSU Online; he team teaches PHIL 330 (Agricultural and Food System Ethics) on campus and is the coordinator of the Jann Benson Ethics Center in the Department of Philosophy. He rides his road and mountain bikes on trails around Fort Collins and builds furniture.

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