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- Am I Free?
This course examines the issue of determinism and the extent to which the will can be said to be free. The subject is considered from moral, religious, epistemological and scientific perspectives, and looks at the implications for these disciplines.
- Introduction to Philosophy (Online)
We think we know, but do we? We think we are free, but are we? We think our actions are moral, but are they? What is this reality we take ourselves to live in? The oldest questions meet the newest technology in this online introduction to philosophy.
- Critical Reasoning
Improve your thinking skills by learning how to identify a logical argument, how to distinguish between good and bad arguments, and when to use different types of reasoning. See how to apply these skills in everyday reading, writing and discussion.
- The Philosophy of Gottfried Leibniz
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646–1716) was one of the greatest thinkers of the 17th and 18th centuries.
- Philosophy of Art
Art plays a large role in the lives of most people. But what is art? Why do we appreciate it? Is it because we enjoy it, because we learn from it, or due to its beauty? Are there objective standards for what constitutes good art? And how is art created?
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