All Midland College Philosophy Courses

Introduction to Philosophy, Phil 1301. The course samples the writings of thinkers who over the past 2500 years have challenged the human intellect with questions about the meaning of existence, the nature of reality, and the validity of knowledge. The course encourages students to re-examine and clarify their own beliefs and values. Prerequisites: Students must have satisfied the TSI readiness requirement in reading. This course is an option in the Humanities area of the Core Curriculum.

This course is offered every regular semester and sometimes in the Summer, usually both on campus and online. It is our basic Philosophy course. Click here for a recent regular-semester Syllabus, and here for a link to the textbook.

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Ethics, Phil 2306. This Introduction to Ethics class covers the major classic philosophies of life with consideration of some of the value or “goodness” involved in the moral, religious, aesthetic, and scientific points of view. Prerequisites: Students must have satisfied the TSI readiness requirement in reading. This course is an option in the Humanities area of the Core Curriculum. Click here for a recent Syllabus, and here for a link to the textbook.

This course is usually offered at least annually, usually both on campus and online.

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