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Please use the vocabulary list below to search the library catalog, through the keyword function, to identify materials relevant to this course.
- Philosophical thought, philosophical inquiry, ancient philosophy
- Continental philosophy, eastern philosophy
- Metaphysics, epistemology, theory of knowledge
- Ethics, politics, aesthetics, logic, materialism, teleology
- Philosophy of mind, self, psychology and philosophy,
- Psychoanalysis and philosophy
- Belief and doubt, identity, justice, meaning, theory
- Thought and thinking, truth, utilitarianism,
The central objective of this course is to introduce students to philosophy. This will be done from essentially two perspectives, namely, historical and comparative. What may be called “philosophy” presents an extraordinary wealth of ways of thinking about reality, both human and non-human. And this diversity varies across time and place.
Library of Congress Classes and Subclasses
Please use the call number below to search the library catalog, through the Call Number function, to browse the library collection listing materials relevant to this course.
- B: Philosophy
- BC: Logic
- BD: Speculative Philosophy
- BD 95-131: Metaphysics
- BD 143-237: Epistemology
- BJ: Ethics
- D: History
- PA: Greek philology and language