PHIL 206 Student Learning Outcomes
Interpret primary source texts in philosophy

Express, explain, and defend philosophical ideas   in writing and/or verbally

Distinguish between the basic concerns and   questions at issue in the three major branches of  western philosophy: metaphysics, epistemology,  and ethics

Understand how western philosophy has changed & developed over the course of history

Identify, explain, and evaluate philosophical   theories and arguments

Introduction to Philosophy 206

Cheryl L. Genet  Ph.D.

Office Hours - 1/2 hour  after classes
(or by appointment)

Course Syllabus

Class Schedule & Reading Assignments

 Unit Introductions

Assignment Instructions
& Discussion Workshee

Don't forget to study your glossary words!

Special Communications

“We have the post Copernican dilemma
of being a peripheral and insignificant
inhabitant of a vast cosmos, and the
post-Cartesian dilemma of being
a conscious, purposeful and
personal subject confronting
an unconscious,
purposeless, and impersonal universe..
(Passions of the Western Mind  p. 420).



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