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PHIL 2281 Philosophy of Human Existence I (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

Human existence is a matter of fact in the world that calls for a twofold critical reflection, one on the theory of selfhood and one on the practice of selfhood. In this course we undertake reflection on the theory of selfhood, starting from our common experience as selves in the world and from what we are as embodied souls and spirits and going on to how we exercise our own proper activities of knowing and willing as selves in an historical culture.


Instructor(s): Oliva Blanchette

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: This course will be accepted as an elective for philosophy majors or minors


Last Updated: 13-Feb-15