Philosophy

Program Plan

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Philosophy
3.0 credits PHIL-110: Introduction to Philosophy
A historical survey of the main branches of philosophy; metaphysics, theory of knowledge, ethics, and aesthetics. Some treatment of the philosophies of religion, language, science, political, and social philosophy. [NM Common Course Number PHIL 1113, Area V: Humanities/Fine Arts Core]
Prerequisites: ENGL-111 or appropriate English Accuplacer score.
Offered: FASP
3.0 credits PHIL-115: Introduction to Ethics
The philosophical examination of the concept of morality and development of an appreciation for the difficulty of ethical judgments in practice. [NM Common Course Number PHIL 2113, Area V: Humanities/Fine Arts Core]
Prerequisites: ENGL-111 or appropriate English Accuplacer score.
Offered: FASP
3.0 credits PHIL-271: Navajo Philosophy
Examines Dine philosophical thought regarding metaphysics, epistemology, aesthetics, ethics, religion, and traditional social structure. Offered in collaboration with Dine College (NIS 371).
Prerequisites: Take ANTH-111.
Offered: SP, Odd Year

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