[FE 1002]  Introduction to Philosophy

Semester I
thursday 08:30 - 09:15

Course Information

Professor: CAMP, Isobel
Email: [email protected]
Language: English

ECTS: 2
Schedule:
Semester I
thursday 08:30 - 09:15

Content

This course examines the nature of philosophy and its classification. After a brief historical overview, it examines the relation of experimental sciences, common sense and philosophy’s ancillary role to theology. Secondly, it distinguishes the chief divisions of philosophy and its hierarchical structure. It studies the role of logic, and the division of the speculative sciences.

Bibliography

J. Maritain, An introduction to Philosophy, Sheed and Ward: London, 1994; D. Sullivan, An Introduction to Philosophy: The Perennial Principles of the Classical Realist Tradition, Charlotte: Tan, 1992; Thomas de Aquino, Summa Theologica, (Summa theologiae), translated by English Dominican Province, London: Christian Classics, 1981.