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    The University of the Arts
  Jan 19, 2018
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LAPR 813 - Greek Philosophy

3 credits
Topics in Greek philosophy, with an emphasis on the works of the pre-Socratics, Plato, and the Stoics. Emphasizes the development of ability to understand the arguments of selected Greek philosophers and analyze the various ideas they present. To do this, some of the “”big questions”” that appear in Greek philosophy - questions concerning the nature of reality, the definition of terms such as “”justice”” and “”happiness”“, and the meaning of “”values”” is examined. Primary sources comprise most of the readings.

Prerequisites LACR*102 or LACR*103