Course: Modernism and Post-Modernism (PH-240-1)
This course examines the set of projects that make up 'modernity.' Its aim is to provide the student with a keener understanding of the world in which we live, the histories that led up to it, and the sorts of questions it gives rise to from a moral and philosophical standpoint. Students will become familiar with key themes consistent throughout various aspects of modernity (individualism, democracy, free thinking, progress, etc.) and are asked to think critically about the successes and/or failures of those projects. General Education choice for Part B. Generally offered yearly. 3 credits.
Faculty: Credit: Day/Time: Pre-Regs: Waggoner 3 LEC 5:30 PM 7:50 PM
5:30 PM 7:50 PM