(S) An introduction to the aims, methods and history of philosophy with special attention to questions related to the nature of moral value, skepticism and relativism, the individual and society, concepts of justice, and contemporary moral issues. Emphasis is placed upon helping students to develop skills in moral reasoning and critical thinking. Prerequisite: One course in philosophy and one course in religion or permission of the instructor. This course may substitute for PLSC 360, Political Philosophy. (Even Years Only).