LEH 355 - Studies in Philosophy, Theory and Abstract Thinking

Overview

Department(s)

Description

Selected topics in philosophy, theory and abstract thinking. NOTE 1: In general, students should expect writing assignments and computer-based work along with research involving the library and the Internet. NOTE 2: This course grants general education credit towards graduation for students in all major concentrations except Philosophy.Prerequisite: Declared major and either completion of 45 credits or an Associate's Degree.

Typically Offered

Fall, Spring

Academic Career

Undergraduate

Credits

Minimum Units

3

Maximum Units

3

Academic Progress Units

3

Repeat For Credit

Yes

Total Completions Allowed

99

Components

Name

Lecture

Hours

3

Topics

Course Topic ID

1

Formal Description

Resurgence of Religion?

Course Topic ID

2

Formal Description

Pursuit of Happiness

Course Topic ID

3

Formal Description

Nihilism in Germany

Course Topic ID

4

Formal Description

Imagining the Americas

Course Topic ID

5

Formal Description

Women in the Bible

Course Topic ID

6

Formal Description

Bioethics

Course Topic ID

7

Formal Description

Film&Philos: American Gangster Film

Course Topic ID

8

Formal Description

Modern Unbelief

Course Topic ID

9

Formal Description

Introduction to Disability Studies

Course Topic ID

10

Formal Description

The God of Philosophers

Course Topic ID

11

Formal Description

History Philosophy I: Ancient

Course Topic ID

12

Formal Description

Dinosaur Philosophy

Course Topic ID

13

Formal Description

Disability, Ethics & the Body

Course Topic ID

14

Formal Description

Theism, Atheism and Existentialism

Course Topic ID

15

Formal Description

Locke:The Man, the Myth, the Legend

Course Topic ID

16

Formal Description

Educating Kings and Citizens

Course Topic ID

17

Formal Description

Ethics and Science

Course Topic ID

18

Formal Description

Ethics and Decision Making in Literature and Film

Course Topic ID

19

Formal Description

How Language Works/Philosophy of Language

Course Topic ID

20

Formal Description

Ancient Philosophy

Course Topic ID

21

Formal Description

Moral Ambiguity of Western Hero

Course Topic ID

22

Formal Description

Immortality and the Afterlife

Course Topic ID

23

Formal Description

Neuroethics

Course Topic ID

24

Formal Description

Religious Freedom&Cultural Div

Course Topic ID

25

Formal Description

Philosophy of Mathematics

Course Topic ID

26

Formal Description

Critics of Modernity

Course Topic ID

27

Formal Description

History of Philosophy II

Course Topic ID

28

Formal Description

Theory of Knowledge

Course Topic ID

29

Formal Description

Medical Ethics

Course Topic ID

30

Formal Description

Metaphysics

Course Topic ID

31

Formal Description

Ethical Theory

Course Topic ID

32

Formal Description

The Mafia

Course Topic ID

33

Formal Description

African Philosophical Thought

Course Topic ID

34

Formal Description

Philosophy of the Social Sciences

Course Topic ID

35

Formal Description

Science & Religion

Course Topic ID

36

Formal Description

Legal Reasoning

Course Topic ID

37

Formal Description

Aesthetics

Course Topic ID

38

Formal Description

Philosophy of Science

Course Topic ID

39

Formal Description

Philosophy of Language

Course Topic ID

40

Formal Description

Immortality

Course Topic ID

41

Formal Description

Logical Theory

Course Topic ID

42

Formal Description

Philosophy and Gender

Course Topic ID

43

Formal Description

Social Philosophy

Course Topic ID

44

Formal Description

Problem of Evil

Course Topic ID

45

Formal Description

Politics of Belonging

Course Topic ID

46

Formal Description

American Philosophy

Course Topic ID

47

Formal Description

Ethics of War & Terrorism

Course Topic ID

48

Formal Description

Phil of Contemp Music

Course Topic ID

49

Formal Description

Philosophy of Mind

Course Topic ID

50

Formal Description

Happiness: The Good Life

Course Topic ID

51

Formal Description

Business Ethics

Course Topic ID

52

Formal Description

Philosophy of Sport

Course Topic ID

53

Formal Description

African American Religious Movements

Course Topic ID

54

Formal Description

Bio, Gender & Objectivity

Course Topic ID

55

Formal Description

Moral Theory & Controversy

Course Topic ID

56

Formal Description

Philosophy in Age of Tweets

Course Topic ID

57

Formal Description

Philosophy and Everyday Life

Course Topic ID

58

Formal Description

Philosophy and Black Experience

Course Topic ID

59

Formal Description

Contemp Social Ethics

Course Topic ID

60

Formal Description

Fictions of Disability

Course Topic ID

61

Formal Description

Philosophy and Film

Course Topic ID

62

Formal Description

Yoga Philosophy

Course Topic ID

63

Formal Description

The Social Contract

Course Topic ID

64

Formal Description

Crime and Punishment

Course Topic ID

65

Formal Description

Knowledge and Human Freedom

Course Topic ID

66

Formal Description

Philosophy and How to Think of Yourself

Course Topic ID

67

Formal Description

Moral Issues in Contemporary Society

Course Topic ID

68

Formal Description

Bronx Philosophy

Course Topic ID

69

Formal Description

Phil&How to Think for Yourself

Course Topic ID

70

Formal Description

Critical Theory

Course Topic ID

71

Formal Description

Class, Race, Gender Theory

Course Topic ID

72

Formal Description

Asian Philosophies

Course Topic ID

73

Formal Description

Everyone Does Philosophy

Course Topic ID

74

Formal Description

Frenemiies in Film & Literature

Course Topic ID

75

Formal Description

Philosophy Art of Thriving

Course Topic ID

76

Formal Description

Inclusive Recreation

Course Topic ID

77

Formal Description

U.S. Democratic Theory

Course Topic ID

78

Formal Description

Issues in Applied Ethics

Course Topic ID

79

Formal Description

Philosophy in the Islamic World

Course Topic ID

80

Formal Description

Disaster&Corona:Thry/Prct/CrEv

Course Topic ID

81

Formal Description

Afro-Caribbean Spirituality

Course Topic ID

82

Formal Description

Atheism and Philosophy

Course Topic ID

83

Formal Description

Freedom of Speech in 21st Century

Course Topic ID

84

Formal Description

Democracy

Requisites

033853

Course Schedule

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