PHIL 2116 Introduction to Philosophical Thought 3 Credit Hours
The development of thought and wisdom from ancient to modern concepts as described in the writings of the
PHIL 3224 Critical Issues in Philosophy 3 Credit Hours
Critical philosophical problems of civilization, with emphasis on their current status. Problems include the
relationship of the increase of knowledge and the use of science and technology in our societies; human rights, war, peace, poverty, prosperity, private property, government control, religion, and other selected
philosophical problems with international significance, implications and relationships.
PHIL 4145 Philosophy of Logic 3 Credit Hours
Entails a thorough study of
traditional (Aristotelian) logic, propositional logic, induction, informal fallacies, and scientific method. Topics to be discussed include: use and misuse of statistics, tools of basic economic analysis, memory
training, fundamental principles of formal deductive reasoning, and rules of argumentation.