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Analyzes essential philosophical questions such as the one and/or many, what is truth, what is real being, etc. Pursues various Western attempts at their answers along with students' own personal approaches. (Formerly known as PHIL 200)
Prerequisite: ENGL& 101.
Offers a critical, philosophic examination of the nature of religious beliefs, the functions of religious language, the arguments for the existence of God, attributes of God, the possible psychological and sociological origins of religions, the problem of evil, and the immortality of the soul, and some comparisons and contrasts between Eastern and Western religions.
Prerequisite: ENGL& 101