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by Sean Hickey
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This course will cover the introduction of basic fundamental topics of organic chemistry. Specifically the structure-activity relationship and spectroscopy of organic functional groups will be investigated.

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by Chris Surprenant
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This course will examine a number of the main figures, texts, and ideas in the history of Western political thought, paying particular attention to the nature of justice and the role of law in society.

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by Frank Schalow
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The course addresses the development and impact of Martin Heidegger's philosophy.  Attention will be given to examining the most important of Heidegger's writings, including his magnum opus, Being and Time.  

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by Frank Schalow
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This course will examine ethical issues arising in the professional and social-policy aspects of medical ethics.

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by Clarence Mark Phillips
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A historical survey of Modern Philosophy from Montaigne and Descartes to Kant and the Utilitarians.

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by Clarence Mark Phillips
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This course is a survey of the early history of Western Philosophy, beginning with the ancient Greeks. The focus of the course is not on any one particular philosopher or school of thought.

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by Clarence Mark Phillips
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Charles Darwin is undoubtedly one of the most influential figures in the history of western thought. However, most people are not actually familiar with his work.

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by Robert Stufflebeam
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How are we supposed to tell which actions are “right” (moral or permissible) and which actions are “wrong” (immoral or impermissible)?

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by Clarence Mark Phillips
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Throughout recorded history, religion has played an important part in the lives of people of all cultures.  According to modern archeologists, religion may even date back to a time before our ancestors were classified as Homo sapiens.

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by Chris Surprenant
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I have created this iTunes U course as a convenient way for my students enrolled in Environmental Ethics at The University of New Orleans to access my lectures and notes. This course is an upper-level course in applied moral philosophy, with a particular emphasis on issues related to the environment.

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