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Philosophy is the study of usual and fundamental problems concerning matters such as existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, experience, and language. It provides excellent preparation for professional programs, and a solid background for a career in business, teaching, writing, or public service.

Through this [course_title], you’ll learn about the essential branches of philosophy, as well as the principal areas of philosophy. Moreover, study philosophy which includes systematic analysis into fields that are outside, both theology and psychology.


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Course Credit: Open Culture

Course Curriculum

Module 01
Socratic Method 00:48:00
Confucius 00:43:00
Confucius II 00:46:00
Jeremy Bentham 00:43:00
John Stuart Mill 00:45:00
Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason 00:39:00
John Stuart Mill 00:45:00
Aristotle’s Ethics 00:43:00
Module 02
Metaphysical Categories 00:42:00
Externalism in Epistemology 00:43:00
Essences 00:39:00
Primary and Secondary Qualities 00:28:00
Personal Identity 00:36:00
The Cosmological Argument 00:32:00
The Design Argument 00:36:00
Hume’s Dialogues and the Problem of Evil 00:47:00
Module 03
Socrates on Ethics 00:47:00
Plato’s Ethics 00:49:00
Plato on Knowledge 00:43:00
Plato’s Forms 00:44:00
Skepticism, Part I 00:41:00
Skepticism, Part II 00:44:00
Augustine 00:40:00
Leibniz’s Rationalism 00:44:00
Module 04
Certificate in Philosophy 00:40:00
Pascal’s Wager 00:43:00
Ontological Arguments 00:46:00
Hinduism 00:38:00
Jainist Ethics 00:11:00
Daoist Ethics 00:28:00
Buddhist Ethics 00:16:00
Hume’s Scandal of Induction 00:29:00
Module 05
Kant’s Ethics 00:54:00
Berkeley and Hume on Substance and Identity 00:48:00
Hindu and Buddhist Idealism 00:30:00
Peirce 00:15:00
Hegel 00:30:00
Perspectivism 00:44:00
Realism: Aristotle, Borges, Russell, and Moore 00:31:00
Nietzsche’s Relativism Fall 2016 00:41:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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