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PH 355 Existentialism and Phenomenology

This course explores major themes and figures from two significant movements in 20th century philosophy: existentialism and phenomenology. The course may examine questions concerning the possibility of human freedom and authenticity, the structure and function of consciousness, the relationship between self and other, existentialist approaches toward ethical and political issues, the experiences of anxiety and absurdity, and the recognition of our mortality. Prerequisites: EN 102 and PH 100. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: PH-2, WI. (3)