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|PHIL 201 - WORLD WISDOM TRADITIONS|
This course will introduce you to Philosophy's "World Wisdom Traditions." Philosophers are supposed to be "lovers of wisdom". They sometimes make arguments on what is real, or what is just, or what is true. In this class, we will all become philosophers. And as philosophers, some questions we will ask ourselves are: What is an argument, and why make one? Does God exist? Do we exist? How should we treat ourselves or other people? Special attention will be paid to how Eastern and Western Philosophy and religion intersect in four great wisdom traditions: Abrahamic, Greco-Roman, Indian, and Chinese philosophies.
0.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
0.000 TO 4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
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