Introduction to Philosophy

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Introduction to Philosophy

U736-101
4 Credits
Humanities

Welcome to Introduction to Philosophy, a four-credit university-level course. This course includes an introduction to: the subject of philosophy and its subfields; free will and determinism; theories of morality and justice; the existence of God and the problem of evil; mind and matter, skepticism and certainty. Our aim is to think rationally and critically about rival views on these topics. We do so by assessing arguments offered by Anselm, Aquinas, Descartes, Hume, Kant, Mill, Rawls et al. and-as a result-hone our skills in critical thinking and argumentation.

Course Information

Credits
4
Delivery Method
Online
Prerequisites
None; Appropriate for advanced high school and first-year or higher college students
Course Level
Introductory
Time to Complete
Up to 6 months from registration date

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Course Tuition $ 1308
Adminstrative Fee $ 75
Total Tuition and Fees $ 1383*

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