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PHILOSOPHY

PHIL&101

Studies major topics in philosophy, such as the nature of human knowledge, free will and determinism, morality, the individual and the state, and the existence of God. This course was formerly known as PHIL 101. Prerequisite: None.

8185
30 Seats
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PHIL&101.OL Details
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Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL&101.OL 5 WEB Lebel, Joel
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class meets fully online.
February 16, 2020, 8:45 pm
8186
35 Seats
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PHIL&101.HI Details
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Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL&101.HI 5 L01 0183 TTh 12:40p - 3:05p Sergienko, Andrew
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Lacey Campus.
February 16, 2020, 8:45 pm
8187
30 Seats
Not Open
PHIL&101.OL Details
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Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL&101.OL 5 WEB ARRANGED Dickerson, Steve
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class meets fully online.
February 16, 2020, 8:45 pm

PHIL102

Studies historical and recent views on such issues as the nature of good and evil, right and wrong, justice, rights, the rational grounds for moral responsibility and moral decision making, and the objectivity of moral values. Addresses both traditional and contemporary moral problems. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 098 or ENGL& 101.

8191
35 Seats
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PHIL102.A Details
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Ethics

PHIL102.A 5 021 0130 MTWTh 7:20a - 8:25a Dickerson, Steve
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
February 16, 2020, 8:45 pm
8192
35 Seats
Not Open
PHIL102.F Details
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Ethics

PHIL102.F 5 021 0106 TTh 12:40p - 3:05p Dickerson, Steve
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
February 16, 2020, 8:45 pm

PHIL104

An assessment of the major philosophical problems investigated over the past 2600 years by scholars in Asia. From Nargarjuna to Gandhi, Lao Tzu to Mao, study shared and divergent aspects of philosophy and religion and themes concerning nature, non-being and being, theory and practice, morality and happiness. Prerequisite: None.

8198
30 Seats
Not Open
PHIL104.OL Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Introduction to Asian Philosophy

PHIL104.OL 5 WEB Lebel, Joel
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class meets fully online.
February 16, 2020, 8:45 pm

PHIL&115

An introduction to the critical examination of arguments in their various forms, whether oral, written, or visual. Coursework will emphasize the practical analysis of arguments in everyday contexts. Specific topics include identifying premises and conclusions; recognizing common types of arguments; understanding logical fallacies. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 098 or ENGL& 101.

8201
30 Seats
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PHIL&115.OL Details
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Critical Thinking

PHIL&115.OL 5 WEB ARRANGED Sergienko, Andrew
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class meets fully online.
February 16, 2020, 8:45 pm

PHIL&120

Introduces the principles of deductive inference with a focus on proofs in both sentence logic and predicate logic with quantifiers. Includes a study of semantic methods for testing validity. Prerequisite: MATH 097 or equivalent.

8204
35 Seats
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PHIL&120.B Details
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Symbolic Logic

PHIL&120.B 5 021 0106 MTWTh 8:40a - 9:45a Sergienko, Andrew
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
This course satisfies the Quantitative course requirement for transfer degrees.
February 16, 2020, 8:45 pm

PHIL211

Studies the origins and character of philosophical thinking in ancient Greece and a critical examination of assumptions and concepts that were central to ancient Greek world views. The emphasis will be on works of the Pre-Socratic philosophers, Plato and Aristotle. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 098 or ENGL& 101.

8207
35 Seats
Not Open
PHIL211.D Details
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Great Thinkers of the Ancient World

PHIL211.D 5 021 0106 MTWTh 10:00a - 11:05a Dickerson, Steve
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - HUMANITIES COMMUNICATION ($12.00 per course)
This course satisfies the Humanities course requirement for transfer degrees.
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
February 16, 2020, 8:45 pm
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