|School:||University of Lethbridge|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Science|
|Field of Study:||Philosophy
|Description:||Philosophy investigates fundamental questions about the nature of things; about the universe as a whole, about human beings, society, science, ethics and art. As a philosophy student, you will learn about the basic intellectual foundation for our political, social and legal systems, as well as our understanding of the principles of modern science and technology. You will explore deep theoretical, practical and moral issues that do not easily fit into more specialized disciplines.
Philosophy will challenge you with its reflective and critical approach to important, often puzzling, questions about the nature of right and wrong, time and space, perception, and the human mind. Philosophy pays careful attention to its own long history, spanning more than 2,500 years. These early investigations are the focus of the department’s courses on ancient, early modern, late modern and 20th-century philosophers and philosophical movements.
|URL:||Philosophy (BASc) at University of Lethbridge|
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