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PHI101 - Introduction to Philosophy
Catalog Description: Introduces major ideas and philosophers of the Western Hemisphere. Defines and analyzes a number of these ideas and develops a historical progression.
PHI102 - Logic
Catalog Description: Introduces principles of good argument and techniques developed by logicians for use in mathematics, philosophy, and the other sciences. Practices defining and solving problems in informal fallacies, logical reasoning and symbolic expression.
PHI103 - Ethics
Catalog Description: Engages in dialog to work toward a definition of good and evil as expressions of society's evolving values. Examines a variety of controversial moral issues from daily experience and explains the contradictory solutions people reach by appealing to different philosophical premises.
PHI104 - Philosophy of Religion
Catalog Description: Engages in dialectic among students and demonstrates the art of countering an argument with an argument. Enquires into the meaning, nature, and problems concerning the existence of God and the religious experience. Explores both evidential and non-evidential justifications for the existence of God, as well as atheistic justification for the non-existence of God.