HUMN 215: PHIL & THE CRISIS OF MODERNITY

(S) As the final part of the Humanities sequence, this interdisciplinary course focuses on significant developments in western society and culture in the 20th Century. Attention is given to developments in philosophy in the 20th century, including but not limited to pragmatism, philosophy of language, and existentialism. Prerequisite: HUMN 211 and 213 or 27 hours of transfer credit in the humanities, including courses in composition, speech, modern history, modern literature, fine arts, and modern religion or philosophy. This course may cross-list with PHIL 215.

Prerequisites: HUMN211 and HUMN213 Prohibited: PHIL215
Hours
3
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