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Ethics
Students will be introduced to the principles of morality through a critical examination of various ethical theories and their application to contemporary moral problems. Integrated with credit PHIL-2306. For questions, please contact Don Becker 512.223.9203.

Great Questions: Humanities I
The Great Questions Humanities I seminar provides students with an introduction to the great works of human culture and great themes of human civilization through reading and discussing core-texts from the Ancient world through the Renaissance era. This seminar explores questions central to human development, knowledge, and society, providing a groundwork for future learning. Integrated with...

Introduction to Comparative Religion
Students will be introduced to the academic study of religion, emphasizing the comparative study of contemporary world religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Integrated with credit PHIL-1304. For questions, please contact Don Becker 512.223.9203.

Introduction to Philosophy
Students will be introduced to various significant philosophical issues and thinkers and to the practice of philosophical analysis. Integrated with credit PHIL-1301. For questions, please contact Don Becker 512.223.9203.


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