An examination of basic issues, problems, and arguments in philosophy, e.g., proofs for the existence of God, the nature of morality, free will and determinism, the relationship between the mind and the body, knowledge and the problem of skepticism. Discussions will take place in the context of readings from classical and contemporary philosophers.
Two sections will be taught each semester. Each section limited to 25 students. Fall semester: Professor Shah and Visiting Lecturer Westphal. Spring semester: Professor George and Professor Emeritus Kearns.