[GLAM 242]Roman Philosophy
How did Roman writers make sense of the natural world, human societies, and the place of the individual within these systems? This course explores representative philosophical writings of Cicero, Lucretius, Seneca, and Augustine. The course may focus on one or two of the above authors, or it may focus on a particular theme [e.g., friendship, the state, emotions, physics], depending on the interest and expertise of the instructor and students.
Prerequisite: Greek, Latin, and Ancient Mediterranean Studies 141 or consent of instructor.