History of Greek and Roman Philosophy (PHIL*2140) | College of Arts

History of Greek and Roman Philosophy (PHIL*2140)

Term: Fall 2016


A survey of the beginnings of Western philosophy, this course will focus on themes such as the nature of reality, the ways we might come to have knowledge, and the good life for human beings. This course will typically consider such thinkers as Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Epictetus, Cicero and Seneca, although the specific course content will vary with the instructor.


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