Phil 349: Religious Ethics: Issues and Methods
A survey of comparative religious ethics, including an examination of
the methods of moral reasoning within religious traditions and religious
ethical perspectives on major moral issues such as the use of violent
force, sexuality and marriage, and economic justice.
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