PHIL 300: Introduction to Philosophy
Fall Semester 2013 | Day | Surrey
INSTRUCTOR: C. Ruloff (colin.ruloff at kwantlen.ca)
PHIL 300 is a topically-based, problem-oriented introduction to philosophy ranging over the following four areas of philosophical inquiry: the philosophy of religion, the philosophy of mind, epistemology, and ethics. Topics to be addressed include the existence of God, the relation of the mind to the body, the foundations of morality, and the nature of knowledge.
- L. Pojman and L. Vaughn, Philosophy: The Quest for Truth, Oxford University Press, 2010. ISBN: 978-0199751792
- 1st Mid-Term - 30%
- 2nd Mid-Term - 30%
- Final Exam - 30%
- Participation - 10%
Prerequisites: 60 credit hours. PHIL 300 may be applied towards the Breadth/Humanities requirement.