PHIL 4055: Kant

3 Credits

Immanuel Kant has long been recognized as a particularly systematic thinker, one who wrote foundational texts in epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, politics, aesthetics, religion, teleology, and anthropology, which still resonate and influence contemporary thought. This course studies the wide breadth of Kant's philosophical system, paying especial attention to its relevance today. prereq: 3005 or 4004 or instr consent

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