Philosophy 4

Summer 2008 Session D

Number Title Instructor Days/time Room
4 Knowledge and its Limits Barnes MTuWTh 2-4 209 Dwinelle

Some of the beliefs people have are more rational than others. But which? And why? In this class we’ll explore these central epistemological questions by discussing readings on three topics: Socrates’ claim that no-one knowingly does wrong, the rationality of religious belief, and skepticism. The class is intended as an introduction to philosophy, so no prior philosophical experience is necessary.

Previously taught: SP08, SU07D, FL06, SU06D, SU05D, SU05A, SU04D, SU04A.