FYS Section A05. Killing and Saving
When if ever is killing morally permissible? When if ever is saving morally required? Is the duty not to kill stronger than the duty to save? What are our moral obligations to fetuses, the terminally ill facing immanent death, the hungry, and animals? Our investigation of these questions may lead us to discussions of abortion, euthanasia, hunger, war, and animal farming and experimentation.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy