[PHIL 255] Thinking About Religion
Reflections on the nature of religious experience broadly conceived, and its relation to ethics, reason, and science. This course will focus on the ongoing significance of issues arising in the classical philosophy of religion regarding the transcendence and attributes of God. We will examine the history of these debates and consider how they inform our contemporary attitudes toward nature, technology, society, and what it means to be a human being.Edit my profile
Thinking About Religion
Prerequisite: Philosophy 110 or 115, or consent of instructor.