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C.S. Lewis and His Critics
This course will be an examination of the apologetic system of C.S. Lewis, as found in his major philosophical works. The course is divided...
Examines the Christian worldview and various issues in Christian apologetics. After considering the biblical basis for Christian apologetics...
Systematic study of contemporary issues related to the nature of reality. These include universals and particulars, the necessary and the...
Belief, Truth and Knowledge
Systematic study of contemporary issues related to the nature of knowledge, belief and truth. These include warrant and justification,...
Introduces students to existentialist philosophy in both its religious and atheist expressions. In addition, endeavours to have students...
Normative Ethical Theory
Introduction to the problems, positions and arguments of contemporary moral philosophy. Through readings from classical and contemporary...
Philosophy of Religion
Undertakes an investigation of some of the problems in the philosophy of religion, including the interface between faith and reason,...
Philosophy of Science
Introduction to the central issues in contemporary philosophy of science. Topics include the definition and limits of science, the nature and...
This course provides an introduction to problems, classical, medieval, modern, and contemporary, in philosophical aesthetics. A case-based...
Philosophy of Mind
What is a human being? Are human beings simply material objects? Are they a combination of matter and soul? What is consciousness and how can...
What is the state? Why should citizens allow the state to exercise control over various aspects of life within that state? Are there limits...
Directed Studies in Philosophy
This independent study option is open to third- and fourth-year students who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum...
Provides a substantial treatment of an important Platonic dialogue by emphasizing both its philosophical contributions and its historical/...
Provides a sustained treatment of a significant treatise of Aristotle. Begins with an overview of important themes, problems and distinctions...
Critical examination of the philosophical traditions and developments of the17th and 18th centuries. The two main traditions of this era,...
Beginning with Aquinas reflections on the nature of God, traces Aquinas thought as it progresses in the Summa Theologiae and the Summa contra...
Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
Focuses on the major philosophical developments between the ancient Greeks and the medieval period. Special emphasis will be given to...
Jewish Philosophy: Fackenheim
Introduces students to the work of a Canadian philosopher and theologian who was an internationally acclaimed thinker in the two disciplines...
Provides an introduction to symbolic logic, which in turn provides students with a greater ability to understand and to analyze the structure...
The Analytic Tradition
Examination of the key figures in the development of analytic philosophy: Gottlob Frege, Bertrand Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and A. J....
Philosophy of Language
Advanced survey of the major topics and issues in contemporary philosophy of language. Meaning, truth, names and descriptions, reference,...
Advanced Directed Studies in Philosophy
This independent study option is open to fourth- year Philosophy majors who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum and...
Seminar in Philosophy
Advanced study of a topic in contemporary philosophy of religion. Students are expected to contribute to the seminar by conducting research...
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Honours Thesis in Philosophy I and II
Students will complete a major research project in Philosophy that demonstrates the ability to formulate a thesis, use scholarly methods,...
Introduction to Psychology I
This introductory survey course presents various subfields within the discipline of psychology, including: the history of modern psychology,...