"... the unexamined life is not worth living..."
-- Socrates in Plato's Apology, 30a
"Truth is the
kind of error without which a certain species of life could not live. The
value for life is ultimately decisive.”
-- Nietzsche in "Will to Power"
1, INTRODUCTION to KNOWLEDGE & REALITY (3
This course introduces students to the
analysis of various metaphysical and epistemological questions and problems
in philosophy, typically including, the nature and limits of knowledge, the
existence of God, the Mind-Body Problem, the Freedom vs. Determination
debate, and the Absolutism vs. Relativism debate. Related topics in ethics
may also be included.
Greening Philosophy: A Fresh Introduction to the Field
Amber L. Katherine (Kendall-Hunt, 2011)
At this site you can read the preface & introduction
by clicking the "samples" tab.
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