Spring 2014 Course Descriptions Introduction to Philosophy 10100 01 (22208)Spring 2014 Course Descriptions Introduction to Philosophy 10100 01 (22208)
There are many ways to make a first approach to philosophy; in this course we will begin reading some classic texts on the topic of “knowledge,” and then move to consider other themes as they arise in Plato’s Republic
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Aristotle in New OrleansAristotle in New Orleans
To be learning something is the greatest of pleasures not only to the philosopher but also to the rest of humanity
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Posc 160-00 Political PhilosophyPosc 160-00 Political Philosophy
What is liberty? What is authority? Are political revolutions necessary? What is the nature of political change? What is the nature of private property? How does the existence of private property and of class structure affect politics?
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AcknowledgementsAcknowledgements
This document is produced by Learning and Teaching Scotland as part of the National Qualifications support programme for Sociology
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Zirve University Department of Political Science and Public Administration pols 206-Modern Political Thought Spring 2014Zirve University Department of Political Science and Public Administration pols 206-Modern Political Thought Spring 2014
This course will provide an overview of major figures and themes of modern political thought. The course will provide a more detailed study of major figures in the modern canon from the 17
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Philosophical Problems Philosophy and LiteraturePhilosophical Problems Philosophy and Literature
I think, more plausible theory of fiction from Plato's pupil, Aristotle – a theory that is similar to the Dylan Thomas quotation above
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Between Realism and Anti-realismBetween Realism and Anti-realism
Deleuze received after he gave his “Method of Dramatization” talk to the Société française de Philosophie on 28 January, 1967. The first is from Ferdinand Alquié
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Poetics in the Paratextual Poems of Thomas More’s UtopiaPoetics in the Paratextual Poems of Thomas More’s Utopia
More’s renowned work with a focus on two features of it: the use of the dialogue form in the work, and the significance of the ancillary material
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The benefit to philosophy of the study of its history Maria Rosa AntognazzaThe benefit to philosophy of the study of its history Maria Rosa Antognazza
It seems fair to say that, as result of these debates and the new historical awareness, the history of philosophy is now kosher in most analytically oriented departments of philosophy as a perfectly respectable sub-discipline of philosophy
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Course Unit: 3 Course DescriptionCourse Unit: 3 Course Description
The Course is a philosophical survey of the main strands of educational thought since ancient Greek philosophy to the present day, with specific reference to the ethical essence of education
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Lecture 11: History Writing in the 1960s and 1970s and the ‘linguistic turn’Lecture 11: History Writing in the 1960s and 1970s and the ‘linguistic turn’
The moment of this transition are the 1960s and 1970s. It is then when we can start to detect a new mode of writing – influenced by new hip French philosophical trends which broke with many of the convictions and unquestions belief of modern
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