phl464 | undergraduate
History Of Philosophical Thought
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Late Modern, Continental, and 19th-Century Thinkers
- Compare the ideas of selected moral philosophers.
- Distinguish between classical theories and modern theories of knowledge and ethics.
- Assess how moral philosophers applied classical theories to shape ethics theories.
The Beginning in Mythology and Religion
- Analyze the development of mythology and religion development in ancient cultures.
- Compare the ideas of Pre-Socratic thinkers on mythology and religion.
- Describe how the earliest thinkers’ search for knowledge provided the foundation for Western thought.
Ancient Thinkers Philosophical Search for Truth
Compare the ideas of selected philosophical thinkers in the acquisition of knowledge.
- Assess how Plato and Aristotle built upon pre-Socratic philosophy.
Hellenistic, Medieval and Early Modern Thinkers
- Compare the ideas of selected religious philosophers.
- Assess how religious thinkers were influenced by mythology and ancient religious philosophy.
Modern and Post Modern Thought
- Analyze the difference between continental philosophy and analytical philosophy.
- Assess the influence of philosophical thinkers on the continuing quest for knowledge.
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