Philosophy (Accelerated)

Credits: 1

This course will introduce students to the study and uses of philosophy, as well as the history of ideas. Students take a multi-cultural approach by reading original works of thinkers of all regions and periods, from Plato to Rumi, Axial-Age China to modern day England, and beyond. Students will examine issues such as free will, justice, religion, individual responsibility, and the quest to find meaning and fulfillment in the living of one’s own life.


Prerequisite: Freshman Humanities