Listed in: Philosophy, as PHIL-111
Formerly listed as: PHIL-11
This is an introduction to philosophy that explores a range of issues pertaining to religious conviction, knowledge, mind, freedom, ethics, and value. This exploration will take place through critical engagement, via reflection, writing, and conversation, with written work – some classical, some contemporary – in the philosophical tradition.
Limited to 25 students. In the Fall 10 seats will be reserved for first-year students. Fall semester: Professors Hasan and de Harven. Spring semester: Professor Leydon-Hardy.
If Overenrolled: Allow everyone to register. Preference to first years and to those who attend first class.