An introduction to philosophy, mainly Western, but also including world traditions, which examines the thought of major philosophers and explores the traditional questions of philosophy about the nature of reality, knowledge, values, and humanity. Humanities elective.
A beginning course in logic. Study of the principles of deductive reasoning, language and argument analysis, and fallacies in thought and argument.
A study of ethics and values from a comparative and structural basis to include origin and base of formulation.
An introduction to ancient Greek philosophy, with special emphasis given to Plato and Aristotle.
An introduction to medieval philosophy from Augustine through the fourteenth century.
Examination of global philosophical issues related to law and politics, focusing on the relationship between law and morality, the nature and functions of law, traditional concepts of justice, and contemporary discussions of political legitimacy.