PH 210: Ancient to Early Modern Western Philosophy
|Block A - B||2 CC Units (8 semester hours)||Furtak, Rick|
Course Description: Surveys the development of philosophy from its beginnings in classical Greece through the early modern period in Europe, culminating in Kant’s philosophical revolution. This two-block course introduces major figures in the history of Western philosophy, selected areas of philosophical inquiry, and central questions that remain pertinent today. The course may incorporate some amount of non-Western thought, to provide comparative perspectives.
Class Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12 noon
Course Limit: 25
Meets the Critical Perspectives: West in Time