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Philosophy of the Environment

PHIL 320 - Philosophy of the Environment

A historical and systematic study of the structure and normed character of the various relationships between human beings and their environment. The ethical, aesthetic, or metaphysical ramifications of certain major environmental problems such as pollution, overpopulation, or resource exhaustion will be considered.

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September 3 - December 6, 2019


Take this course as a non-credit Public Access Course:
$155.00
Take this course for credit as a visiting or unclassified student:

$1266.00

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