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PHIL 261: Freud and the Study of Human Behavior

Students examine Freud's thesis that our thoughts and actions spring from the darkness of our unconscious. Because Freud based his theory on a small sample of case studies, the course scrutinizes this qualitative data and discusses the role of case studies in the study of human behavior. Students evaluate the criteria for a scientific theory of human behavior and consider whether Freud's theory meets them. Offered during Interim. Counts toward German studies concentration.

Philosophy

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...Health Ethics PHIL 260 Kant's Moral Theory in Literature and Film PHIL 261 Freud...

Environmental Studies

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...HIST 275 Environmental History PHIL 257 Environmental Ethics...following: 1.00 BIO 261 Ecological Principles BIO...

Management Studies

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...PHIL 252 Ethics and the Good Life PHIL...and the Family SOAN 261 Gender in Cross...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...Race, Gender, and Medicine) PHIL 245 Philosophy and...to Islamic Feminisms SOAN 261 Gender in Cross...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...in Transition (for majors) PHIL 255 Race and...Native American Issues SOAN 261 Gender in Cross...