PHIL 150 Philosophical Communication
This course provides an introduction to philosophy, with a focus on the traditional philosophical practice of oral communication and argument. Through exploration of perennial philosophical questions (e.g., Are there different ways of knowing? What makes for a good life? Could computers have minds? Are we obligated to obey the law? What makes you the same person over time?), students develop their ability to participate in various forms of philosophical communication. In this course, students have the opportunity to teach course material to peers, engage in class debates over philosophical issues, and craft short presentations exploring a facet of the course topic.
Minor in Leadership Studies
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Bachelor of Science in Geography
...130 ( COMS 230 , PHIL 148 , PHIL 310 or...Biology. Satisfied by: BIOL 150 & BIOL 152 & BIOL...
Accelerated Master of Arts in Classics
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Doctor of Pharmacy
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