20Bsyllabus

20Bsyllabus - Philosophy 20B History of Medieval and Early...

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Philosophy 20B: History of Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy Instructor: Vasilis Tsompanidis E-mail: [email protected] Office: SH 5714 Hours: T 11:00-12:00; W 11:00-12:00 (and by appointment). Course Website : http://www.philosophy.ucsb.edu/websites/phil20B/ Textbook: Course Reader , available from the UCSB bookstore TA: Discussions: M 1100-1220 GIRV 2124 F 930-1050 PHELPS 1444 Tim Lewis: [email protected] Off: SH5432-S, Hours: M11-12, 1-2 Course Description: This course is bridging the gap between ancient philosophy (Plato, Aristotle – covered in 20A) and Later Modern Philosophy (Locke, Hume, Kant – covered in 20C). However, no previous experience with these philosophers or philosophy in general is needed for successful completion of Philosophy 20B. The course will examine medieval and early modern philosophy. Even though the main concern of the medieval thinkers we will examine is the existence and exact nature of God, there are substantial discussions of important philosophical questions, such as the
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20Bsyllabus - Philosophy 20B History of Medieval and Early...

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