History of Philosophy Minor
For information, contact the Department of Philosophy, 212 Hall Auditorium, 513-529-2440.
This minor offers students not majoring in philosophy the opportunity to explore the history of Western thought from Ancient philosophy to the present, and allows students to grasp the origin of fundamental concepts and their historical transformation. Students wishing to sign up for the minor should register their interest with the chief departmental advisor. The department occasionally offers courses in special topics appropriate to this minor. These may be substituted by petition for any course listed in the last group.
(19 semester hours)
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Society and the Individual|
|Purpose or Chance in the Universe|
|Theories of Human Nature|
|PHL 301||Ancient Philosophy||4|
|PHL 302||Modern Philosophy||4|
|Select two of the following, at least one must be 400 level:||8|
|19th Century Philosophy|
|Seminar in Ancient or Medieval Philosophy|
|Seminar in Modern Philosophy|
|Total Credit Hours||19|