AP/PHIL3280 3.0 M: Philosophy of Biology

Offered by: PHIL


Winter 2022




ONLN (Fully Online)


Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course concerns philosophical issues arising from the life sciences. Topics may include: What is it that makes something living? What does evolution mean for the understanding of human nature? Are religion and the theory of evolution compatible or irreconcilable? Prerequisite: AP/PHIL 2110 3.00 or at least six credits in philosophy. Course credit exclusion: AP/PHIL 3280 3.00 (prior to Fall 2013). PRIOR TO FALL 2009: Prerequisite: At least six credits in philosophy. AK/AS/PHIL 2160 3.00, AK/PHIL 2240 3.00, or AS/PHIL 2240 3.00 is recommended. Course credit exclusions: AK/PHIL 3280 3.00, AS/PHIL 3280 3.00.

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