What is happiness? What role does it play in a good life? How does it relate to other important human goods, including virtue and morality? The course offers an in-depth inquiry into the nature and value of happiness. We examine several prominent philosophical theories about happiness and its significance for a meaningful life as well as recent work on happiness in the social sciences. Philosophy 3991 must be taken by all philosophy majors who are not writing an honors project. Prerequisite: Senior standing, major in philosophy; preference given to those majors not pursuing Honors. Credit 3 hours.
Course Attributes: EN HAS HUMFA HUMAR HUM
Section 01Philosophy Capstone Course
INSTRUCTOR: BaxleyView Course Listing