Associated Students of Pomona College

PHIL155 SC — Ethics of Begin & End of Life


Weinberg, Rivka





Grading style:

Letter Grade (Grading Not Allowed: Audit)


Instructor permission required.

Course description:

This course focuses on the unique moral issues that arise at the beginning and end of life: procreative responsibility, anti-natalism, prenatal genetic screening, disability, surrogacy, cloning, abortion, suicide, euthanasia, and end of life care. These topics will be discussed from both the individual and the social ethical perspectives.

Meeting times for the FA 2018 term:

  • SCT R — 9:35 a.m. – 10:50 a.m. — Humanities Building, Room 103

Textbooks on sale:

There are no textbooks for this course listed on Sagebooks yet. List a book for sale

Student Reviews:

Pomona students, log in to see the 10,000+ reviews we have for this class and many more.

5C students, we want you to be able to use this app too, but your ITS departments won't let us grant you access. Submit a complaint on this page if you're angry!