GERMAN LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION.
Greek 301 ,302. HELLENISTIC GREEK. Greek 401,402. PARTRISTIC GREEK. Greek 403,404.
READINGS IN CLASSICAL GREEK.
Spanish 404,405 Spanish 406,407.
SURVEY OF SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE.
SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE.
PHILOSOPHY Objective. The obj ective of this department is to acquaint th e student with the principal problems and issu es of philosophy, hi storical and contemporary. The cours es in philosophy are des igned to contribute to th e general educa tion of th e stude nt, to aid him in re fl ect ive thinking, and to contribute to an und e rstanding of th e persi s te nt prob lems of our cultu re. DEPART\1ENT t-.lINOR: 18 units of whi c h 12 must be upp e r division. Th e student mu s t select 301 and two co urs es from 302, 303, 308, or 403. J 201. LOG IC. (3) Pres e ntation of th e nature o f logic with var ious typ es of logi cal reason ing: indu c ti ve, deduc ti ve, sy llogistic . Elementary introduc t ion to the sc ie ntific me thod.
, 202. INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY. (3)
An introduction to th e prob lems, methods , condepts, and divisions of philosophy, d es ign ed to acquaint th e stude nt with the ph il osophic out look and bas ic phi losop hic: thou ght. 301,302. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY. (3, 3) A study of th e great philosophe rs and th e great sys tems of philosophy from Thal es to Hege l. 303. \I ETAPHYSICS. (2) A stud y of th e basi c na ture o f me taph ys ica l thought. Attention is paid to me taph ys ica l ca tego ri es, me taph ys ical th eori es, a nd great me ta physical think e rs. 30--1. EPISTE\IOLOGY. (2) An in vest iga ti on into th e nature, validity, an d scope of human thought and knowledge. A stud y of bas ic th eo ry and outstanding schoo ls of ep istemology. 305. ETHICS . (3) A s tudy of bas ic th eory in e thics and axiology with a su rvey of princi pal e thi ca l th eo ri e s and think e rs. Corre lation with Biblical teaching on e thi ca l matte rs. 307. AESTHETICS . (2) A study of the hi story of artistic exp ress ion and c ultural periods in re fe re nce to th e philosophy of aesthetics . 308. \IIEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY. (2) A stud y of th e basic p hil osop hi cal e leme nts in sc hoh1sti c thought, with special emphasis upon the contributions of Thomas Aqu inas and th e prese nt day neo-Thomists.
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