Philosophy of the Human Person
Common Curriculum: Introductory
Philosophy of the Human Person serves as an introductory course to philosophy and is a humanistic study of the most fundamental problems of human existence. Among the topics that this course will examine are: the nature of philosophical inquiry; the nature of the human person; the relation of the human person to the cosmos; the issue of freedom and determinism; the relation of the human person to the social; the nature of human knowing; the nature of human responsibility and purpose.
For information about Loyola's Summer Session, call (504) 865-3530 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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