PHIL 230. Reason, Science and the Self. 3 Hours.

Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. Open to Honors College students only. The reasonableness of a belief often depends on the arguments that support it. One primary goal of this course is to sharpen the abilities to identify, analyze and assess arguments. Another primary goal is to show how to apply critical reasoning skills to philosophical explorations of the nature of science, knowledge and personal identity.

The Honors College

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...complete the following courses: PHYS 215 , PHIL 230 , MATH 230 and POLI 365 / INTL 365...

Core curriculum

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...WRLD 230 Introduction to World Cinema 3 Option for Honors College only PHIL 230 Reason...

Undergraduate information

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...250 Reading Film 3 PHIL 201 Critical Thinking...Contexts: ____ 3 WRLD 230 Introduction to World...

Interdisciplinary Studies, Bachelor of (B.I.S.) [University College]

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...151 Global Communications 3 PHIL 201 Critical Thinking...Contexts: ____ 3 WRLD 230 Introduction to World...

Social Work, Bachelor of (B.S.W.)

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...Except PHIL 201 , PHIL 211 , PHIL 212 , PHIL...Social Work 3 SLWK 230 Communication in the...