Classical Philosphy

Classical Philosphy | PHIL | 2316

An historic survey of critical and reflective thinking as applied to the basic problems of existence and the meaning of human life and institutions; begins with the Greek and Roman philosophers, continues through the Middle Ages, and ends with the Renaissance; a study of the nature of philosophy as applied to the development of the scientific method, the existence of God, and the political structures of society. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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