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This is a special seminar in which both students and faculty participate. Course examines the nature of the self from several perspectives in the Western philosophical tradition, and the Eastern philosophical tradition, including Advaita Vedanta, and Samkhya schools of thought in Hinduism and the Madhyamika tradition of Mahayana Buddhism. Special focus will be paid to ethical considerations in the construction of the self, and how this impacts notions of peace and justice.
- View PHL 290 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.
PHL 290 not being offered this summer.
Faculty on campus and available to students at designated times.