Modern European Philosophy to Hume (PHIL*2160) | College of Arts

Modern European Philosophy to Hume (PHIL*2160)

Term: Winter 2016


This course surveys European philosophy from the Renaissance (15th century) to David Hume (mid-18th century).


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