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A guide to online library research for PHIL200 students at APUS.
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Welcome to the PHIL200 Introduction
to Ethics Course Guide

This Course Guide provides pointers for getting started with your research. It includes links to key library subscription resources, including article databases, journals and books, as well as open web content. Use the tabs above to find the type of information you need.

Don't forget that you can also find general resources on the Program Guide. If you would like additional help with your research projects, or with learning how to use library resources, contact the library.


Scotty McLennan | Personal Moral Risk Factors

A Socratic dialogue with attendees about dealing with personal moral risk.  The centerpiece will be a case by Bowen McCoy entitled "The Parable of the Sadhu," which describes ethical issues he faced on a trek in the Himalayas.  The discussion should help in developing a framework for moral decision-making and a list of personal risk factors.


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