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PHIL 4408 Nineteenth- and Twentieth- Century Philosophy (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

This class will be devoted to some of the most important issues in philosophy in the past two centuries. In particular, we will study the development of Kantian transcendental philosophy in German Idealism, Neokantianism, and Husserlian Phenomenology. In the last section of the class we will consider the rise of analytic philosophy in the works of Frege, Russell, and Wittgenstein.


Instructor(s): Peter J. Kreeft

Prerequisites: Some background in Kant, although not mandatory, is strongly recommended.

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Last Updated: 13-May-15