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PHIL 1300 - Thinking Critically [Description]

This course introduces students to the logical concepts and skills needed to evaluate common types of motivational appeals encountered in the marketplace, especially in advertising, politics, and the mass media. The subject matter emphasizes decision-making, including how to form rational beliefs and how to decide upon effective action. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40247 LECTURE
21
TR 10:00 AM-12:30 PM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) A2010 MAIN
Davenport, W
3
 

PHIL 1500 - Intro to Philosophy [Description]

This course introduces students to various intellectual and philosophical problems that have troubled thoughtful people throughout the ages. The areas in which these problems occur include reality, being, knowledge, free will, values, and religion. Classes emphasize discussion and individual feedback. (3 contact hours) (TM, TAG) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40201 ONLINE
13
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Rutt, A
3
40244 ONLINE
9
- - 5/20/19-6/25/19 (P1) ONLINE MAIN
Bilaver, F
3
40137 ONLINE
7
- - 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) ONLINE MAIN
Bilaver, F
3
 

PHIL 2000 - Comparative Religion [Description]

This course introduces students to the general doctrines, history, and practice of major religions of the world, including Judaism, Christianity, Islam, as well as Hinduism, Buddhism, and religions native to China and Japan. The course presents the subject matter, objectively, for comparison and discussion. Additional topics include religions of pre-history and native American religions. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40232 ONLINE
5
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Stypinski, A
3
40198 ONLINE
7
- - 6/26/19-8/01/19 (P2) ONLINE MAIN
Morehouse, N
3
 

PHIL 2600 - Logic [Description]

This course studies principles of good reasoning; the principles of reasoning that are truth-preserving instead of motivational. It introduces students to the basic concepts of logic such as statement, argument, validity, and strength of inference. Students will study how to formalize arguments and test them for validity. The major emphasis of this course is on deductive logic. (3 contact hours) (TM) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40197 ONLINE
6
- - 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Webb, D
3
 

PHIL 2700 - Ethics [Description / Prerequisite]

Prerequisite: PHIL 1300 or PHIL 1500 or PHIL 2600 or permission of instructor. This specialized course concentrates on the area of philosophy that studies values and ethical theories as well as concepts of justice, freedom, and obligation. A typical class will present and critically discuss various normative ethical theories such as utilitarianism, cultural relativism, and Kantian ethics. Class lectures encourage participation and individual feedback. (3 contact hours) (TM, TAG) [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40122 LECTURE
20
TR 09:00 AM-11:30 AM 6/10/19-8/04/19 (F) A2013 MAIN
Slobin, N
3