A study of the methods and nature of philosophical inquiry, the problems with which this inquiry is concerned, and various principal solutions which have been offered to these problems. This course satisfies three hours of the Religion and Philosophy requirement for General Education.
An examination of representative theories of morality from historical and contemporary sources. An interactive course designed to encourage critical thinking about current ethical and moral issues within our society. Questions of value, good, right, and obligation are included. This course satisfies three hours of the Religion and Philosophy requirement for General Education.
Philosophy of Religion
A study of the nature of religious experience and an analysis of religious language with particular attention to metaphysical presuppositions. Alternate years.