PHI 110 Problems of Knowledge
Course description through a students point a view:
Through reading pieces published by a number of philosophers gain knowledge or rather the understanding of what we think knowledge is. Learn to question your entire existence and everything around you.
Course description provided by the University of New England:
“What can we know? How do we know? By experience, by reason, by intuition, by faith, or not at all? These central questions in philosophy deal with the distinction between appearance and reality, knowledge and belief, fact and value, and with the nature of truth.”
Key things I learned in this course:
- To debate with respect towards others arguments.
- How to read difficult philosophical pieces.
- To engage no matter what everyone else is doing.
- That my reality may not be real.