Jeffrey W. Bulger

 

 


 

Dr. Bulger earned a B.S. in geology / petroleum engineering from the University of North Dakota, an M.A. in exegetical theology from Western Seminary, an M.A. in philosophy, and a Ph.D. in philosophy with an extra year concentration in medical ethics from the University of Tennessee—Knoxville.


He has taught philosophy full-time for 19 years, including more than 18 types of diverse course topics ranging from moral philosophy, history of philosophy, world religions, logic, and astronomy. He has earned the academic rank of full professor at Utah Valley University, which now has a student population that exceeds 32,000.


Dr. Bulger is the author of Moral Philosophy: A Theoretical and Practical Approach to Moral Decision-Making, Plato’s Press, 2013, which is the eight-volume series.




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This self-paced course is designed to show that ethical theories can help provide frameworks for moral judgment and decision-making in the wake of recent scientific, technological, and social developments which have resulted in rapid changes in the biological sciences and in health care.

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This course presents the academic foundations and historical development of multicultural moral decision-making and helps students develop their ability to interrelate reflectively, responsibly, and respectfully with a society of increasing intercultural connections.

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