phl215 | undergraduate
Philosophy: Methods And Applications
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- Classify the arguments for Godâs existence into the context of metaphysical and epistemological schools.
- Identify the differences between Eastern and Western thought.
- Identify the arguments for Godâs existence.
Moral/Social and Political Philosophy
- Identify the major issues of moral philosophy.
- Identify the major contributors to moral philosophy
- Demonstrate the relationships between moral, social, and political philosophy.
Free Will, Determinism, Self
- Evaluate the importance of the question of free will.
- Evaluate the claim of materialists that consciousness is a physical phenomenon.
- Determine the implications of physical theories of self and consciousness on moral philosophy.
Nature of Philosophy and Metaphysics
- Identify approaches to philosophical questions.
- Define the major branches of philosophy.
- Identify metaphysical questions and approaches.
- Classify the major schools of metaphysics.
- Identify the principal issues of epistemology.
- Explain the principal issues of epistemology with their major contributors.
- Define the major schools of epistemology.
- Identify the sources and reliability of oneâs own beliefs.
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