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PHIL 235 - Introduction to Philosophy

3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: EN 131 This course introduces students to the study of philosophy and philosophical methods through a survey of key themes, thinkers, and problems in their historical settings.  The course distinguishes between philosophy, religion, psychology, and anthropology. Philosophic approaches to be introduced may include: materialism, idealism, pragmatism, phenomenology, and existentialism. Themes to be introduced may include the reliability of knowledge, make up of ultimate reality, free will, determinism, the problem of evil, race, class, and gender.



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