Philosophy 101: Introduction To Philosophy
Welcome to the course page for Dr. Korcz's Introduction to Philosophy, Spring 2002.
Meeting Time: MWF 1:00-1:50
Meeting Place: HLG 502
Course #: 136804
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The online syllabus for the course contains links to the home pages of some of the philosophers we will be discussing in class.
See my How To Survive Your First Philosophy Course pages for advice on writing papers, studying for exams, taking notes, etc.
For additional philosophy related links, some of which are relevant to issues discussed in class, see my Philosophy Links page. This page has hundreds of links, including sections of links to pages about Philosophy of Religion and Atheism (including sites about the existence of God, creationism and evolution, etc.), Descartes, philosophy of mind and personal identity. For other useful links about doing research on the internet see my Research Links. But please keep in mind that I cannot be responsible for websites I have not written! If you run across anything which differs from what I have told you in class, always go by what I have told you in class for purposes of completing class assignments!
Exam 1 Crossword - an interactive crossword puzzle to help you learn some of the material which may be on the first exam!
Descartes Crossword I - an interactive crossword puzzle to help you learn about Descartes and epistemology!
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