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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. Western philosophy began in earnest with Socrates' dialogues concerning justice, piety, knowledge, beauty and immortality. This course traces the history of philosophy as we investigate the philosophical movements and figures that have shaped the way we think, talk, act and live.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • PL

Sections

The Human Conversation - 2023 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. Western philosophy began in earnest with Socrates' dialogues concerning justice, piety, knowledge, beauty and immortality. This course traces the history of philosophy as we investigate the philosophical movements and figures that have shaped the way we think, talk, act and live.

Course Code: PL 200

1/23/2023 - 5/21/2023

M, W, F 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM

Face to Face

Main Campus

The Human Conversation - 2023 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. Western philosophy began in earnest with Socrates' dialogues concerning justice, piety, knowledge, beauty and immortality. This course traces the history of philosophy as we investigate the philosophical movements and figures that have shaped the way we think, talk, act and live.

Course Code: PL 200

1/23/2023 - 5/21/2023

M, W, F 9:00 AM - 9:50 AM

Face to Face

Main Campus

The Human Conversation - 2023 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. Western philosophy began in earnest with Socrates' dialogues concerning justice, piety, knowledge, beauty and immortality. This course traces the history of philosophy as we investigate the philosophical movements and figures that have shaped the way we think, talk, act and live.

Course Code: PL 200

5/22/2023 - 7/2/2023

Online

Trad undergrad section

The Human Conversation - 2023 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. Western philosophy began in earnest with Socrates' dialogues concerning justice, piety, knowledge, beauty and immortality. This course traces the history of philosophy as we investigate the philosophical movements and figures that have shaped the way we think, talk, act and live.

Course Code: PL 200

5/22/2023 - 7/2/2023

Online

Bus evening/online stdnts only

The Human Conversation - 2023 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. Western philosophy began in earnest with Socrates' dialogues concerning justice, piety, knowledge, beauty and immortality. This course traces the history of philosophy as we investigate the philosophical movements and figures that have shaped the way we think, talk, act and live.

Course Code: PL 200

5/22/2023 - 7/2/2023

Online

BSRT students only