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Philosophy and Integrated Thought of the Classical World

Thought and humanity

overview

This course overviews the thoughts and selected concepts in major eastern and western philosophical movements and systems from ancient to the middle age periods. Students will reflect on certain topics such as mind-body, Concept of God, knowledge of self and others, predestination and free will, cause and effect, and other fundamental ideas in classical knowledge. This is a theoretical-practical course, and it seeks to clarify the following question: How to apply the most relevant philosophical concepts and thoughts common to several philosophical systems in the eastern and western classic world to analyze and understand different human issues?

Code

PHIL 3100

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring, Summer I

credit

3 credits / 48 contact hours

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