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This course fulfills the Humanities requirement. All sections of this class enable students to earn credit for the Great Books program; the Great Books classes have lower class size and are discussion based.
(IAI H4 902)
- View PHL 231 generic syllabus (for the syllabus for a specific section, please contact the instructor).
- Read the catalog description.
- For the most current list of course offerings see the class schedule.
This course will explore how the work of Descartes, Hume, Kant, Hegel and Marx address such issues as the meaning of life, the relation of the mind and body, and the possibility of human liberation, as well as engage such 20th-century thinkers as Frantz Fanon, a major theorist of racism and the struggle for recognition.
Faculty on campus and available to students at designated times.