PHIL 399B - Topics in Philosophy (3)
An examination of a central topic, movement or figure in either the history of philosophy or contemporary philosophy. Topics will be published in the Schedule of Classes. This course is repeatable for credit with different topic. Students may complete a maximum of 12 credits or 4 attempts.
Grading: Graded/Pass Fail/Audit
Course ID: 56062
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Topics: Top:Crit.Thkg Vs New Age, Top:Crit Thkg Vs New Age, The Problem Of Evil, Ethics/Integrity Sci Res, Philosophy And Film, Aesthetics In Film, Evolution Vs. Int. Des., Top:Minds/Machines/Logic, Top:Philosphicl Theology, Topics In Philosophy, Topic: Risk & Society, Feminism, Topics, Top: Phil Of Biology, Top: Skepticism, Top:Contractarian Ethic, Top:Kierkgrd & Nietzsche, Philosophy Of Law, Philosophy Of Humor, Top: Phil Of Sport, Top:Construct Phil Argmt, Topic: Critical Thinking, Personal Relationships, Using Info Effectively, Top:Crit Thnkng/New Age, Minds, Machines & Logic, Evol Vs Intelligent Des, Philosophy Of Film, Topics: Miracles, Issues Of Life And Death, Crit Vs New Age Thinking, Top: Ethics/Volunteering, Crit Thinking Vs New Age, Philosophy & Animals, Free Will And Moral Resp, Critical Tnkg Vs New Age, Business Ethics
Prerequisite/Corequisite: You must complete one course in Philosophy with a 'C' or better.
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