Course Overview

Together we will consider such questions as does life have meaning, what if any are our duties to non-human animals, and what is the purpose of morality anyway? The structure of sessions will be a mixture of lecture and spirited discussion. In essence we will be using the model and texts for Dr Delaney's very successful introduction to ethics taught over several years at the University of Notre Dame.
Ethics

The Details

  • Session 4: August 3 - August 14th

  • Live Sessions 10 AM - 12 PM Eastern; M-F

  • For students finishing grades 9-12

  • Small course group - maximum of 8

  • Instructor Office Hours Available

  • Certificate of Completion

  • Program Fee: $1,295

Faculty

Philosophy

Neil F. Delaney

Neil completed his BA in Philosophy at Stanford before earning his MA & PhD from Princeton. Neil has published widely in ethics and philosophical psychology in both English and German. He has taught at Georgetown, Notre Dame and ASU and has been a Visiting Scholar at Michigan, Stanford and Brown. He is presently a Research Fellow at Notre Dame working in moral philosophy and philosophy of mathematics.