Various traditions of philosophical thought. Includes concepts of knowledge, reality, skepticism, moral philosophy, materialism, mind-body duality,
Personal Learning Outcomes
- Summarize some of the major logical
arguments givenby philosophers.
- Explain major philosophical themes raised in philosophical texts.
- Examine the basic formal structure of a logical argument.
- Evaluate a deductive philosophical-logical argument.
- Identify some of the major differences between modern themes and ancient themes in philosophy.
- Respond to a philosophic topic, describe pertinent viewpoints and assess their applicability.
- Deliver a presentation prepared to address a specific philosophical issue.
- Demonstrate college-level writing skills by incorporating
materialinto clear sentences and cohesive paragraphs.
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Here is the course outline:
Welcome to your online course!
What Is Philosophy and Where Western Philosophy Began
Ethics and Ethical Issues Philosophers Wrestle With
Epistemology: The Theory of Knowledge - How Philosophy Helps Us Show What We Know
Theoretical Issues in Religion
What Does It Mean to Be Human?
Summative Reflection and Exam on All of the Course Materials