Introduction to Philosophy

Permission Required:
No
Distribution:
Philosophy
Prerequisite:
(ENC0021 and REA0011)
Credits:
3.00 Credits
Lecture:
3.00 Hours

Course Description:

This course is an introduction to the nature of philosophy, philosophical thinking, major intellectual movements in the history of philosophy, and specific problems in philosophy. The course covers understanding arguments, fundamental questions, and particular issues in logic, metaphysics, epistemology, and axiology. Topics are drawn from Western and non-Western traditions, from ancient to contemporary times. Emphasis is placed on applications of philosophy to the theoretical foundations and methods of other disciplines. This course satisfies the Gordon Rule writing requirement. A grade of 'C' or higher must be attained.

PHSC Course Schedule: Introduction to Philosophy

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Summer 2020
Section Availability Dates Days Meeting Time Campus Delivery Bldg/Room Instructor Credit Hours Clock Hours Fees Comments
1010 Full 05/21/2020-07/02/2020 Online
Online
David Cheely 3.00 45.00
Fall 2020
Section Availability Dates Days Meeting Time Campus Delivery Bldg/Room Instructor Credit Hours Clock Hours Fees Comments
1142 Full 08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Online
Online
Jason Southworth 3.00 45.00
1146 Full 08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Online
Online
David Cheely 3.00 45.00
2391 Full 08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Online
Online
Jeremy Scarbrough 3.00 45.00
4144 Full 08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Online
Online
Jeremy Scarbrough 3.00 45.00
6420 Full 08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Online
Online
Wojciech Chojna 3.00 45.00
7027 Full 08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Mon 7:00P- 9:40 Porter Campus
Remote
REMOTE Ronald Brohawn 3.00
This class meets remotely on the days and times listed in the schedule by utilizing technology (zoom) through canvas. Students will need a webcam and microphone for this class.
7028 Full 08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Tue, Thu 11:00A-12:15 Porter Campus
Remote
REMOTE Ronald Brohawn 3.00
This class meets remotely on the days and times listed in the schedule by utilizing technology (zoom) through canvas. Students will need a webcam and microphone for this class.