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PHIL 1301 - Introduction to Philosophy (3-3-0)
Students will be introduced to various significant philosophical issues and thinkers and to the practice of philosophical analysis.
 
 Introduction to Philosophy: Honors - Please contact the Honors Program at 223-6555 or honors@austincc.edu for additional information.
 


Skills: E Course Type: T
* Course has been modified since print catalog publishing date. Last Updated: 1/14/2014
 
PHIL 2303 - Logic (3-3-0)
Students will be introduced to the rules of argument, inductive and deductive reasoning, the recognition of informal and formal fallacies, and the application of logical thinking in work and social situations.
 


Skills: G Course Type: T
* Course has been modified since print catalog publishing date. Last Updated: 1/14/2014
 
PHIL 2306 - Ethics (3-3-0)
Students will be introduced to the principles of morality through a critical examination of various ethical theories and their application to contemporary moral problems.
 
 Ethics: Honors - Please contact the Honors Program at 223-6555 or honors@austincc.edu for additional information.
 


Skills: E Course Type: T
* Course has been modified since print catalog publishing date. Last Updated: 1/14/2014
 
PHIL 2307 - Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy (3-3-0)
Students will be introduced to a critical examination of fundamental social and political concepts, e.g., justice, rights, and political obligation.
 


Skills: E Course Type: T
* Course has been modified since print catalog publishing date. Last Updated: 1/14/2014
 
PHIL 2316 - Ancient Philosophy (3-3-0)
Students will be introduced to Ancient Western Philosophy from the pre-Socratics through the Hellenists with emphasis on Plato and Aristotle.
 


Skills: E Prerequisites: PHIL 1301. Course Type: T
* Course has been modified since print catalog publishing date. Last Updated: 1/14/2014
 
PHIL 2317 - Modern Philosophy (3-3-0)
Students will be introduced to early modern Western Philosophy focusing on the attempt to understand the source, nature, and limits of human knowledge as pursued by the rationalists, the empiricists, and Kant.
 


Skills: E Prerequisites: PHIL 1301. Course Type: T
* Course has been modified since print catalog publishing date. Last Updated: 1/14/2014
 
PHIL 2321 - Philosophy of Religion (3-3-0)
Students will be introduced to the philosophical analysis of the nature of religion and religious experience with an emphasis on such themes as rationality and religious belief, the existence and attributes of God, and the problem of evil.
 


Skills: E Course Type: T
* Course has been modified since print catalog publishing date. Last Updated: 1/14/2014