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PL 200 Overview

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, or artistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharing of basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

  • 3.00 Credits
  • PL

Sections

The Human Conversation - 2020 Fall PL 200

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, orartistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharingof basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

Course Code: PL 200

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

M, W, F 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM

Face to Face

Main Campus

The Human Conversation - 2020 Fall PL 200

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, orartistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharingof basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

Course Code: PL 200

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

M, W, F 1:10 PM - 2:00 PM

Face to Face

Main Campus

The Human Conversation - 2021 Spring PL 200

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, or artistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharing of basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

Course Code: PL 200

1/25/2021 - 5/16/2021

M, W, F 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM

Face to Face

Main Campus

The Human Conversation - 2021 Spring PL 200

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, or artistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharing of basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

Course Code: PL 200

1/25/2021 - 5/16/2021

M, W, F 1:10 PM - 2:00 PM

Face to Face

Main Campus

The Human Conversation - 2021 Spring PL 200

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, or artistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharing of basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

Course Code: PL 200

1/25/2021 - 5/16/2021

M 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Hybrid

Nrsing stnts;75 min online/wk

Main Campus

The Human Conversation - 2021 Spring PL 200

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, or artistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharing of basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

Course Code: PL 200

1/25/2021 - 5/16/2021

T, R 1:10 PM - 2:30 PM

Face to Face

Honors students only

Main Campus

The Human Conversation - 2021 Summer PL 200

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, or artistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharing of basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

Course Code: PL 200

5/17/2021 - 6/27/2021

Online

Trad undergrad section

The Human Conversation - 2021 Summer PL 200

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, or artistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharing of basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

Course Code: PL 200

5/17/2021 - 6/27/2021

Online

Bus evening/online stndts only

The Human Conversation - 2021 Summer PL 200

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, or artistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharing of basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

Course Code: PL 200

5/17/2021 - 6/27/2021

Online

RN to BSN students only

The Human Conversation - 2021 Summer PL 200

Why do we talk? What is the purpose of human communication, whether in speech, writing, texting, or artistic expression? Although much human conversation has involved the sharing of basic descriptive information, humans have also given expression to hopes, dreams, speculations, beliefs, and deeply considered ideas. Thus, from its very beginnings, the human conversation has been a mix of what has been called “logos” –logical and practical truths, and “mythos” –intuitive, artistic, religious, and poetic truths. Both conversations are essential, and both communicate essential truths for human existence. Welcome to the human conversation!

Course Code: PL 200

5/17/2021 - 6/27/2021

Online

BSRT students only