Introductory Philosophy: Basic Problems (PHIL*1050)
Term: Winter 2016
This course introduces students to philosophy through the exploration of basic perennial philosophical problems and questions, such as whether there is free will, a God, objective right and wrong, genuine knowledge of the world, and other topics. The readings for this course will consist primarily of 20th century philosophy writing.
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