Course Code: GNED112
Examine classical and modern philosophers as they struggled with their own thoughts about commonly accepted religious and scientific theories. Issues such as skepticism, free-will and the existence of a God will play prominent roles in this course. Readings will focus upon philosophers such as Plato, Socrates, Locke and Descartes, as well as more prominent contemporary philosophers Robert Nozick, Hilary Putnam and Thomas Nagel. You will be introduced to philosophical arguments and the forms and methods in which arguments should be conducted and analyzed.