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The course provides a general introduction to some of the great tracks of western philosophy including epistemology, ethical philosophy, philosophy of religion, philosophy of history and metaphysics. It is based on the reading of excerpts from authors such as Plato, Kant and Nietzsche. This course offers more than a simple history of ideas- the goal is initiate students to the transformative and practical dimension of philosophy – a dimension that was very clear to the founders of Western Philosophy but that has a tendency to fall into obscurity in today’s times. By the end of the course, students will have familiarised themselves with great names and major philosophical theories and controversies. Most importantly they will realize that in and of itself, the practice of philosophy does not bring about definitive answers, rather more questions about who we are and the reality we live in.
Days: Tuesday from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Taught by: Dr. Renaud Fabbri
University: Georgetown University in Qatar