Course: Modern Philosophy (PH-224-1) 

This course explores the impact that the development of the modern world, including the scientific revolution, the building of nation states, and the exploration of the natural world, has had on shaping our understanding of ourselves and our capacity to know and appreciate the world(s) in which we live. By drawing on the work of prominent modern philosophers, students will endeavor to understand and critically evaluate the modern understanding of the self and its place in the world. General Education choice for Part B. Generally offered in alternate years. 3 credits

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T 5:30 PM 7:50 PM
TH 5:30 PM 7:50 PM

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