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Courses: Intro to Philosophy (PHI-205)

Intro to Philosophy (PHI-205)
This course is an introduction to philosophy: what philosophy is, what its objectives are and what its major areas of focus and its methods are. The course is organized around a study of major problems and pertinent questions in philosophy, including the nature of being, of the world, of the person, of knowing, and of human conduct. These philosophical problems and related issues are explored through selected readings in philosophy that introduce the student to major philosophers within the Western philosophical tradition. Corequisite: ENG 101 or permission of instructor or Department Chair. 3 lecture hours per week. 3 credit hours.

Course Name: PHI-205
Departments: Economics-Govern-History
Course Types: Humanities
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