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 A&H 357 - Topics in Philosophy

Content

​A&H 357 Topics in Philosophy is a Special Topics course in Philosophy, and has been designed with the idea of introducing students to specific THEMES and TOPICS in the world of philosophy. In this course the student will focus on a specific philosophical topic. In addition to thinking about the topic within the context of relevant historical personalities and cultures, the student will also be drawn to consider the topic interpretatively, in the light of relevant intellectual history and subsequent influence upon and importance to the creation of the Western paradigm. In odd years, the semester topic of A&H 357 Topics in Philosophy will be God and the Philosophers, in even years the topic Hermeneutics.  

 

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Track

Philosophy

  

Prerequisites

One of the following courses is required in order to take this course:

  • A&H 156 Introduction to Western Philosophy
  • A&H 255 Ethics