Philosophy seeks answers to the fundamental questions we humans have about value, knowledge, and reality including:
Philosophy teaches one to think critically, analyze reasoning, communicate clearly, and solve problems studying the ideas of the greatest philosophers.
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PHILOSOPHY COURSES OFFERED (no prerequisites)
PHI 7000 – Problems in Philosophy: God, Humanity, and NatureExamining fundamental problems about God, Reality, & Knowledge.
PHI 7100 – History of Philosophy: The Classical PhilosophyPhilosophical thought of Ancient Greece, India, and/or China; may include works by Plato, Aristotle, Confucius, and Lao Tsu.
PHI 7200 – History of Philosophy: The Modern PhilosophersPhilosophical thought beginning with the Renaissance; may include works by Descartes, Hobbes, Locke, Spinoza, Leibniz, Hume, Kant, Nietzsche, and Kierkegaard.
PHI 7300 – Logic: Theories of ArgumentationApplying critical thinking in reasoning and argument analysis.
PHI 7500 – The Philosophy of the Beautiful: Aesthetics Applying aesthetic theories to judgments of beauty in art, literature, and music.
PHI 7600 – Ethics and Morality in the Health ProfessionsApplying ethical theories to moral dilemmas in Health Care and Biological Research.
PHI 7700 - Philosophy of ReligionExamining the fundamental concepts and beliefs about God and Religion.
PHI 7800 – Philosophy in the Asian TraditionPhilosophical thought of Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism, and Daoism.
PHI 7900 – Global EthicsApplying ethical theory to globalization, human rights, and global crises.
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