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Darwin and the Evolution of Thought

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Charles Darwin is undoubtedly one of the most influential figures in the history of western thought. However, most people are not actually familiar with his work. And while...

Environmental Ethics

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Taught by Chris W. Surprenant , assistant professor of philosophy at the University of New Orleans and director of the ...

Ethics

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How are we supposed to tell which actions are “right” (moral or permissible) and which actions are “wrong” (immoral or impermissible)? Through the identification,...

Ethics

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Ethics

Existentialism

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While the word “existentialism” is familiar to most people, not many of us have a clear idea about just what it means. Like a number of other philosophical terms, the meaning...

German Idealism and the 19th Century

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A study of the most important ideas in Continental philosophical speculation during the generations immediately after Immanuel Kant. Major figures include Hegel and his...

History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy

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Taught by Chris W. Surprenant , assistant professor of philosophy at the University of New Orleans and director of the ...

History of Modern Philosophy

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A historical survey of Modern Philosophy from Montaigne and Descartes to Kant and the Utilitarians. Traditionally a survey of philosophy from the beginning of the 17th century to...

Introduction to Logic

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Logic is the study of the principles and methods used to distinguish "good" reasoning from "bad" reasoning. As it is through good reasoning that we plan, explain, persuade,...

Introduction to Philosophy

from iTunes U ($24)

Doing philosophy requires using reason in the attempt to resolve philosophical questions. Philosophical questions are fundamental or ...

Introduction to Philosophy

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This course is a survey of the early history of Western Philosophy, beginning with the ancient Greeks. The focus of the course is not on any one particular philosopher or school...

Introduction to Philosophy

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Taught by Chris W. Surprenant , Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of New Orleans and Director of the Alexis...

Medical Ethics

from iTunes U (Free)

This course will examine ethical issues arising in the professional and social-policy aspects of medical ethics. Coverage includes such topics as "fact," "value," and "knowledge"...

Medical Ethics

from iTunes U (Free)

This course will examine ethical issues arising in the professional and social-policy aspects of medical ethics. Coverage includes such topics as "fact," "value," and "knowledge"...

Metaphysics

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Doing philosophy requires using reason to resolve a fundamental question. Fundamental questions about the existence of...

Philosophy of Heidegger

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The course addresses the development and impact of Martin Heidegger's philosophy. Attention will be given to examining the most important of Heidegger's writings, including his...

Philosophy of Kant

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A study of the main doctrines and arguments of Immanuel Kant, 18th century philosophy who revolutionized ethics, aesthetics, metaphysics, and epistemology. ...

Philosophy of Law

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Taught by Chris W. Surprenant , assistant professor of philosophy at the University of New Orleans and director of the Alexis...

Philosophy of Mind

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Fundamental questions are questions that cannot be resolved through observation or experience alone. Since the beginning of Western philosophy, philosophers have attempted to...

Philosophy of Religion

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Throughout recorded history, religion has played an important part in the lives of people of all cultures. According to modern archeologists, religion may even date back to a time...