PHIL 205 Critical Thinking and Writing in Philosophy
Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass Option
Description: This critical thinking and writing seminar in Philosophy is designed to enhance the student's critical thinking, writing, and research skills in preparation for upper division academic activity. Issues addressed in this class may involve various areas of human experience and aspiration: metaphysical, cosmological, scientific, political, ethical, aesthetic, and religious. Together with the application of basic principles of deduction and induction, special attention is given to identifying and avoiding fallacies in reasoning, and to techniques and aids to research, reasoning, and writing.
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This course can help you earn the following degree(s) or certificate(s):
- Elementary Education Preparation - Associate in Arts
- Emphasis in Language Arts and Humanities Studies: Philosophy - Associate in Arts
- Psychology for Transfer - Associate in Arts
- Sociology for Transfer - Associate in Arts