AP/PHIL3265 3.0 M: Philosophy of Mind

Offered by: PHIL


Winter 2022




ONLN (Fully Online)


Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Topics covered include the ontological status of the mind, the nature of mental causation, consciousness and its relation to our status as rational persons equipped with free will. Other possible questions include: Is language necessary for thought? Can some nonhuman animals think? What is the relationship between emotions and rationality? Prerequisite: AP/PHIL 2160 3.00 or AP/PHIL 2240 3.00. Course credit exclusion: GL/PHIL 3657 3.00.

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