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Philosophy (PHIL)

Department of Philosophy Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

PHIL 3140 [0.5 credit]


Fundamental issues concerning the relation between evidence, rationality, and knowledge. Topics may include: skepticism, the nature of belief, the structure of justification, the relative contributions of reason and sense experience to knowledge, innate knowledge, the problem of induction, and the knowledge of other minds.
Precludes additional credit for PHIL 2300.
Prerequisite: PHIL 2010 or permission of the department.Lectures three hours a week.

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