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- The Foundations of Modern Political Thought
Six 19th century political thinkers did more than any others to lay the foundations of 20th century politics and political thought: Tocqueville, Mill, Hegel, Marx, Durkheim and Weber. This course is an introduction to their work and ideas.
- The Open Self: Six lectures on the Philosophy of The Self
What is the self? Why do we ask? The question of whether we can know ourselves or not remains central to both philosophy and every day life.... was I myself when I was out of control? Am I myself when I act as I choose to?
- 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.
- Concept of the Self
What is the self? While a sense of self is given to us in experience, what it is that is "given" raises questions that are not easily answered. Exploring a range of philosophical perspectives, we will develop our own views.
- Philosophy of Mind (Online)
The philosophy of mind is concerned with questions about the nature of mind and the relation between our minds and the physical world. This course provides is an introduction to the mind-body problem, one of the most intractable problems in philosophy.
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