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One of my favourite units so far! Everything you need is provided, all you need to do is watch the lectures, do the readings and participate in the tutorials to get a good mark. The essay was marked fairly and the exam was straightforward. Highly recommend to anyone, especially philosophy majors.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020
My favourite unit so far! If you’re interested in looking into euthanasia, abortion, animal welfare etc. in extensive detail, then this is the unit to take. Texts & lectures provided a good framework for the essays & exam & you are given a choice as to which topics in particular you write on. Workshop attendance was not compulsory, which was a shame for those who did attend, however it filtered out those who were not overly interested in discussion. This unit can be done without prior knowledge of philosophy, however I think any first year philosophy unit will provide a good foundation for this unit.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
An exciting and challenging unit, probing the difficult and emotive issues affect every conscious being on the Earth. Bioethics will challenge you to find consistency in how we think about other lives, and consider the consequences, environmentally, legally and personally of our ideation about life, and its importance.