Minds and Morals: An Introduction to Moral Psychology

3 credits


College of Arts and Science

Moral psychology is the interdisciplinary study of how we reason and act morally. This course is a systematic introduction to the field, drawing on research from both psychology and philosophy. Topics include competing theories of moral judgment, the situationist challenge to virtue ethics, and the role of deliberation in moral agency. Recommended: PHIL 1100, PHIL 2820.