|PHIL3303||Modern Philosophy I (A)||3 ch (3C) [W]|
Introduction to some of the philosophical issues of 17th-century philosophy, such as: philosophical method; the nature, scope and limits of knowledge; the nature of reality; the question of the nature and existence of God. Reference is made to selections from some of the important philosophers of the era--e.g., Descartes, Locke. NOTE: Students cannot receive credit for both PHIL 2303 and PHIL 3303.
Prerequisite: A course in Philosophy or permission of the instructor. Open to 2nd year students and above.