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PHIL 369 : Philosophical Issues in Sexuality

Prerequisites: One lower-division composition course and sophomore or higher standing, or consent of instructor.
Description: Legal, moral, and conceptual issues concerning human sexuality. Rape, pornography, abortion, prostitution, homosexuality, marriage, promiscuity, perversion, sexual politics, sex and religion, and the language of sex. This course is offered as PHIL 369 and SXS 369. Students may not repeat the course under an alternate prefix. [GE]
Units: 3
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