New Study Guide from Saylor Academy: PHIL103 Moral and Political Philosophy



Our new study guide for PHIL103: Moral and Political Philosophy from Saylor Academy will help you understand how we respond to the following questions. Join us in our latest exploration!

  • What does it mean to live a good life?
  • Is it okay to lie to protect a friend from a gang of murderers?
  • How did Plato, Thomas Hobbes, and John Locke influence the American Revolution?
  • Where should our tax money go?
  • Do you agree with Martin Luther King Jr.'s statement that an oppressor will never voluntarily give freedom to the people they oppress?
  • What is affirmative action?

Dr. James Murdoch from Villanova University has created this new study guide to help you: consider the philosophical foundation to these perplexing questions, pass the Saylor Academy final exam, earn academic credit from our partner institutions, and be on your way to a successful career!

PHIL103: Moral and Political Philosophy at Saylor Academy includes the following five units:

Unit 1: Murder, Morality, and the Value of Human Life
Unit 2: Rights, the State, and the Free Market
Unit 3: Morality, Markets, and Immanuel Kant
Unit 4: John Rawls’s Theory of Justice
Unit 5: Ethics and Politics of Virtue

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Christine Mullins
Education Project Coordinator
Saylor Academy