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Areas of Study in Philosophy. Some of these we have studied All of these require reading/work Each unit has the potential to last 2-4 weeks with more time allotted when necessary. General Areas of Study. 1). Logic : The study of sound thinking & good argumentation

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Areas of study in philosophy
Areas of Study in Philosophy

Some of these we have studied

All of these require reading/work

Each unit has the potential to last 2-4 weeks with more time allotted when necessary


General areas of study
General Areas of Study

1). Logic: The study of sound thinking & good argumentation

2). Epistemology: The study of knowledge/truth

3). Philosophy of Religion: Study of religion and the nature & existence of God

4). Ethics: The study of the nature of good and bad behavior. Examining the Good Life.

5). Political Philosophy: Study of the foundations of society and government.

6). Metaphysics: The study of Reality & the ultimate nature of existence.

7). Aesthetics: The study of the nature Art and Beauty


Other areas of study
Other Areas of Study

1). Freedom: What is freedom & how is it necessary for the good life.

2). Nature of Reality: What is real? How does one determine reality from dreaming?

3). Search for Truth: What is True? How does one know truth/falsity?

4). Discourses in Difference: Examining issues of Race/Class/Gender/Sexuality

5). The First Philosophers: A Historical study of the earliest philosophers known.

6). Transcendentalism & Existentialism: Defining and examining two opposing philosophies.


Other areas of study1
Other Areas of Study

1). Freedom: What is freedom & how is it necessary for the good life.

2). Nature of Reality: What is real? How does one determine reality from dreaming?

3). Search for Truth: What is True? How does one know truth/falsity?

4). Discourses in Difference: Examining issues of Race/Class/Gender/Sexuality

5). The First Philosophers: A Historical study of the earliest philosophers known.

6). Transcendentalism & Existentialism: Defining and examining two opposing philosophies.


Specific areas of study these may only take 1 week of examination
Specific Areas of Study:These may only take 1 week of examination

Objectivism: Ayn Rand’s theory of the best method of coping with reality

Chaos Theory: A glimpse into the world of Disorder and the underlying order that may exist.


Specific philosophers biographical studies
Specific Philosophers: Biographical Studies