PHI 503: The Human Centered Paradigm (3 credits)
This course offers discussions concerning the nature of human beings. Students shall examine how humans adapt, learn and develop over a lifespan through empirical, theoretical and philosophical investigations. Topics may include techniques of sentential and predicate logic, a formal study of systems of reasoning, set theory, modal logic, theory of knowledge, space and time, causation, death and dying, the relationship between the mind and the brain, and various philosophical and psychological approaches to language and meaning.
Instructors: Profs. Bob Krone & Larry Downing