|187-2||Special Topics in the History of Philosophy: Aristotle’s ‘De Anima’||Anagnostopoulos||M 4-7||202 Wheeler Hall|
Aristotle’s ‘De Anima’_ (On the Soul) is an attempt to provide a general account of the soul and psychological faculties and phenomena within the framework, as much as possible, of his program of natural science. This course will be devoted to a close reading of Aristotle?s De Anima both within its historical context and in light of contemporary debates concerning the work, especially its significance for post-Cartesian philosophy of psychology.
In addition to the usual requirements, participation and presentation of short writing assignments will be required. Philosophy 25A is a prerequisite.
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