Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 101

Teaches the use of critical analysis and critical thinking applications to examine global, social, and local phenomena within a philosophical context. Students explore philosophical and scientific similarities and differences by analyzing the meaning of human existence, explaining and justifying ethical choices, exploring and recognizing the nature, sources, and limits of human knowledge, the question of whether God exists, how one justifies an answer to this question, and different theories about the nature of reality. The course actively encourages students to recognize the relevance of philosophy to everyday life circumstances. NOTE: Course offered every fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions.

  • Prerequisite(s) : ACLT 052 or ACLT 053 or (ESOL 052 and ESOL 054)
  • Corequisite(s) : MATH 081
  • Credits: 3
  • Cost: $122/billable hour + fees (in county)
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