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PHIL 120: Philosophy in Literature

Literature provides rich resources for thinking through central philosophical questions, including the metaphysics and ethics of freedom; the problem of evil; the role of character in choice and action; the nature of morality; rebellion and human solidarity; God's existence and relation to the world; and the nature of truth. Designed primarily for first-year students, this course explores philosophical ideas in literary works of several different genres by studying plot, character, point-of-view, imagery, and symbolism. Offered during Interim.

Environmental Studies

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...HIST 275 Environmental History PHIL 257 Environmental Ethics...or ECON 110-ECON 120) 1.00 ECON...

Japanese

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...a dynamic nation of 120 million people at...345 East Asia Seminar PHIL 251 Asian Philosophy...

Philosophy

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...PHIL 372 Seminar in Metaphysics Ethics and Value Theory PHIL 119 Moral Psychology PHIL 120...