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Introduction Introductions Schedule Syllabus Rules of Conduct Topics
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Introductions Instructor: Ed Cox Degree: University of Oklahoma Specialty: Philosophy of Mind, Metaphysics Research interest: Mental Causation
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Schedule Part I: Existence of God Reason and Faith Cosmological (First Cause) argument Teleological (Design) argument Problem of evil Part II: Skepticism Free will/determinism Machine consciousness Cultural relativism Normative ethics Applied ethics
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Syllabus—Administrative Contact information: Edward Cox Office: 34 Peachtree Street, room 1142 Phone: 404-413-6133 email: ecox@gsu.edu or phletc@langate.gsu.edu Office hours: Monday/Wednesday 9:00-11:30, Tuesday/Thursday 9:00-10:30, and by appointment Texts Feinberg & Shafer-Landau, Reason and Responsibility
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Syllabus—Purpose and Approach Purpose: Think critically about fundamental issues involving ourselves and our world. Approaching the course—Active Learning Active Reading Take notes—bring PPTs to class; make notes before, during and after class. Class Participation: Be actively involved in class
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Grading Assignment Points Midterm Exam 100 Final Exam 140 Quizzes 60 Exercises 20 Participation 40 Mock Trial 40 Total 400
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