Philosophy 25A

Summer 2007 Session A

Number Title Instructor Days/time Room
25A Ancient Philosophy Callard MTuWTh 10-12 223 Dwinelle

This is a course in Ancient Philosophy. We will study major works by Plato and Aristotle which introduced the questions philosophers struggle with to this day: What are definitions? What can be defined? What is the difference between knowledge and belief? How do we explain weakness of will? What are the goals of a life well-lived? Are there rules for being moral? Why should we have friends?

Previously taught: FL06, SU06D, SU06A, FL05, SU05D, SU05A, FL04, SU04D, SU04A, FL03.