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|CAP 225 - What Is Good? Exploring Values and Tradeoffs|
Seeks to illuminate assumptions of "the good" by attempting to uncover those aspects of life considered to be valuable. Exposure to historical and cross-cultural interpretations of value as they are manifested in politics, economics, culture, science, art, and spirituality. Students will be challenged to examine their own values and will be encouraged to consider ways to change dominant culture consistent with their interpretation of the quality of life. Course Information: Prerequisite: CAP 122. Restricted to Capital Scholar Honors students.
3.000 Credit hours
Levels: Undergrad - Springfield
Schedule Types: Lecture-Discussion
Capital Scholars Courses Department
UIS: Capital Scholars