Do we have obligations to help others? Should we do good because we can? This course questions the basis of how we think about right and wrong, our reasons for doing or not doing good, and distinguishes between rights, responsibilities, obligations and types of duties. It will extend these views from the perspective of an ethical theory (e.g., utilitarianism) to a single issue (e.g., famine relief). This course is also a primer for most elective courses in the SUSS Core, which inspect our interaction between individuals and between societies.
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