Analyses of arguments with an emphasis on formal, analysis. Propositional and predicate calculus, deductive techniques, and translation into symbolic notation.
Introduction to problems and fields of philosophy, through the study of major philosophers' works and, other philosophical texts. Specific content varies, with instructor.
Fundamental issues in moral philosophy and their, application to contemporary life.
Issues in classical and contemporary philosophical, examinations of religion such as arguments for the, existence of God, religious experience, religious, faith, the problem of evil.
Advanced study of classical and current, philosophical issues and problems in value theory,, including the philosophy of art and beauty, ethics, and morality, philosophy of religion, social and, political thought, and the philosophy of law. May, be repeated with change of topic.