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PHIL 210: Medieval Philosophy I From Rome to Baghdad and Paris

Description
The study of major thinkers of the early middle ages, including Augustine, Boethius, Eriugena, Anselm, and Abelard. Background will be provided to Neoplatonic themes that shape this period. Topics include free will, happiness, the existence of God, theories of truth, and the problem of universals.
Credit units
3
Term description
1(3L)
College
Arts and Science
Department
Philosophy
Prerequisite(s):
3 credit units in philosophy or completion of 18 credit units at the university level or permission of the instructor.