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HUM 127

HUM 127

Introduction to Philosophy

Course focuses on the most fundamental questions that human beings have always asked. Topics include a critical examination of theories about reality and truth, moral values and social justice, personal identity and free will, aesthetic values, and systems of religious beliefs. Three credit hours. No prerequisites.
(IAI H4 900)

Note: Each instructor develops his or her own focus for HUM 127. Please contact the instructor for information on the class focus and books. A number of these sections can be used to complete the Great Books Program. The Great Books sections will be cappped at 25 students and will emphasize discussion.

Section 001

TR

12:30-01:45pm

Skokie

Jonathan Benson

Section 002

TR

2:00pm-3:15pm

Skokie

Mathew Klinksy

Section 050

T

6:30pm-9:20pm

Skokie

Eduardo Frajman

Section 0G1

Great Books

MW

8:00am-9:15am

Des Plaines

Eduardo Frajman

Section 0G2

Great Books

 TR

9:30am-10:45am

Des Plaines

Vincent Samar

Section 0G3

Great Books

MW

8:00am-9:15am

Des Plaines

Kristin McCartney

Section 0G4

Great Books

 MW

9:30am-10:45am

Skokie

Kristin McCartney

Section OG5

Great Books

TR

12:30pm- 1:45pm

Des Plaines

Kristin McCartney

Section 0G6

Great Books

 MW

2:00pm-3:15pm

Des Plaines

Eugene Muhammad

Section 0G7

Great Books

TR

3:30pm-4:50pm

Des Plaines

Russell Newstadt

Section GW1

Great Books

S

9:00am-1:15pm

Skokie

TBA

Section 0C1   

0C1 is an online class. Weekly participation is required.  

Carlos Briones

Section 0G7 is a late start class beginning 09/06

Section GW1 is a late start class beginning 10/01


Academic Program

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IMPORTANT DATES


April 6
Registration opens for fall 2016 semester.

May 12, 13
Evaluation Days.

May 13
Last day of student attendance.

May 16
First summer 2016 interim classes begin.

May 16
Grading Day
Faculty on campus and available to students at designated times.

May 17
Faculty grading due.

May 17
Commencement.

May 30
Memorial Day holiday, College closed.

June 6
Summer 2016 eight-week session classes begin.

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