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PHIL 1195 Puzzles and Paradoxes (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

We examine twelve valid philosophical arguments with extremely plausible premises but implausible conclusions and how the greatest minds in philosophy have grappled with them. Based on the professor’s book and supplemented with classic and contemporary readings, this course will challenge your faith in reason while affirming your faith in its progress.


Instructor(s): Richard K. Atkins

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 11-Feb-15