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|Introduction to Philosophy
This course explores the definitions, origins and basic tenets of philosophy. Topics include Greek philosophy, Chinese philosophy, ethics, skepticism, rationalism, idealism, truth, and much more. This course also prepares students for taking more advanced courses in philosophy.
This course is independent study and is self-paced. Students have five months upon registration in which to complete all coursework and exams.
Textbooks and Materials
Solomon, Robert C. Introducing Philosophy: A Text with Integrated Readings, 10th ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. ISBN 10: 0-1997-6486-7 or ISBN 13: 978-0-19-976486-0
Students are required to use a laptop or desktop computer with a high-speed internet connection. Tablets and smartphones are not supported. The computer should have a modern and updated operating system, at least 2GB of RAM, a webcam, a microphone and also meet Honorlock's system requirements for online testing.
A survey of principal topics and problems in areas such as ethics, theory of knowledge and philosophy of religion. Primarily for lower-division students. Philosophy 301 and 610QA may not both be counted.
Students should contact the University Extension advisor with any questions about prerequisites or placement in our courses. All students should contact their academic advisor with any questions about how this course fulfills their degree requirements.