Within the academy (i.e., contemporary higher education) Philosophy is very like other disciplines in that it has a particular scope and a defined methodology. Each of these definitions is interesting in its own way, and to some degree capture some of what. Philosophy is about, or at least what people THINK it's about. Philosophy From Plato and Socrates to Ethics and Metaphysics, an Essential Primer on the History of Thought (Adams ) eBook: Paul Kleinman.

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Sign up and get a free eBook! Part of Adams The World of Perception, Chs. Topics and Deadlines: 1. This means that every class meeting of 3 hours will cover the content of one week of a regular semester. This makes it imperative that you keep ahead of the required readings.

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Remember to be on time, and respect the space and time of the classroom, since we will be developing our study at an accelerated rate. You should think about what the specific demands of this class are, and of what it means to undertake an education in philosophy.

The goal of this class is not to understand information or to master difficult content; it is to challenge yourself as a reader, thinker, and speaker to move beyond the practices you have already established.

These texts are difficult, they demand painstaking study and, to understand them you must be open to change your view of familiar, established terms.

This is hard material, and you will need to spend much of the semester preparing 3 yourself to appreciate it. You should spend several hours before each class reading the texts, and consulting me with difficulties you have. You should treat the lectures in this class as a resource to understand the texts, because the texts, not the lectures, are the primary material of study.

Do not rely on secondary commentaries or summaries under any circumstance. You should come to class rested, prepared, and attentive.

Please do not distract your classmates and be respectful of the classroom space.Here are my tips on and expectations for email etiquette: 1. TMCC has a very generous course withdrawal schedule.

These two topics: epistemology and metaphysics will be the focus of our study. Students will demonstrate analytical and critical thinking skills. Julian Young.

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