PHIL-P 110 Introduction to Philosophy (3 cr.)
An introduction to the methods and problems of philosophy and to important figures in the history of philosophy. Concerns such topics as the nature of reality, the meaning of life, and the existence of God. Readings from classical and contemporary sources, e.g., Plato, Descartes, Nietzsche, and Sartre.
PHIL-P 120 Ethics (3 cr.)
An introductory course in ethics. Typically examines virtues, vices, and character; theories of right and wrong; visions of the good life; and contemporary moral issues.
PHIL-P 162 Logic (3 cr.)
A study of the principles of logic. The course covers a variety of traditional topics, selected for their practical value, within formal and informal logic. Among the topics typically covered are fallacies, syllogisms, causal hypotheses, logic diagrams, argument analysis, and truth-functional reasoning.
PHIL-P 265 Introduction to Symbolic Logic (3 cr.)
Introduction to Symbolic Logic (3 cr.) A study of the most important and widely applicable parts
of modern symbolic logic: propositional logic and predicate logic.
PHIL-P 329 Philosophy of Religion (3 cr.)
Philosophical views regarding such topics as the meaning and purpose of religion, religious experience, religious knowledge, and the existence and nature of God. PUL=2
PHIL-P 394 Feminist Philosophy (3 cr.)
A study of one or more philosophical topics in feminist thought. Examples: feminist ethics; feminist critiques of science; and feminist perspectives on motherhood, sexuality, and reproductive technology. PUL=5