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PHIL 455 : Sex and the Law

Prerequisites: ENG 114 or equivalent.
Description: Philosophical investigation of legal issues pertaining to sexuality. Legal enforcement of morals and of specific cases and statutes regarding marriage, sex discrimination, abortion, rape, homosexuality, pornography, pedophilia, and other sex related activities. This course is offered as PHIL 455 and SXS 569. Students may not repeat the course under an alternate prefix. [GE]
Units: 3
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