Sem: Moral Obligation and the Feminine Experience

  • UH 300
  • Teacher: Lane McLelland
  • Term: spring 2019
  • Credits: 3

If one’s moral obligation “the duty to do what one knows to be right“ is so clear, then why do people not always act according to their ethical principles? This course will examine the origins of the traditionally masculinist assumptions about the nature of moral obligation currently operating in our society. Students will also engage the feminine experience on campus for insights into better supporting the moral decision-making process of all students.