Exploration of ethical dimensions in human relations to the environment. Topics include: what is the nature of moral value generally, and what is the range of things that are morally valuable? Are there things that are fundamentally morally valuable beyond humans or human happiness, such as sentient creatures, ecosystems, and species? What is the right thing to do, given various answers to such value questions?

Prerequisites: None

Frequency: Every semester

Achievement-Centered Education: Philosophy 225 fulfills Student Learning Outcomes 8 and 9.