PHIL 89H S10 - Proofs of God syllabus 1-28

PHIL 89H S10 - Proofs of God syllabus 1-28 - PHIL 89H First...

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PHIL 89H Spring 2010 First Year Seminar: Proofs of the Existence of God (Revised: Jan. 28) Meetings: Tu,Th 2:00-3:15 pm 216 Peabody Instructor: Prof. Douglas MacLean Office: 202B Caldwell Hall Tel: 843-4500 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: T 1:00-2:00, W 1:00-2:00, and by appointment Aims of the Course We will examine some attempts to prove the existence of God. Our aim is to articulate and understand some of the underlying philosophical issues that are raised by attempts to prove the existence or the non-existence of God. We will also be examining some related questions, such as: What are these proofs supposed to accomplish? Who is the intended audience? Is there a necessary conflict between science and faith? Requirements Students are required to attend each class fully prepared to discuss the reading and the topic. The readings are to be completed prior to the class in which they will be discussed. Other graded assignments, and the weight of each grade, are as follows: Attendance and participation: 20% (includes possible out of class project) Four short papers (two @ 500-750 words, 10% each): 20% (two @ 750-1000 words, 15% each): 30% Term paper (1000-1500 words): 30% Details about the papers will be given separately. Both a hard copy and an electronic copy of each paper must be handed in. Unexcused late papers will be penalized. Honor System
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course PHIL 089H taught by Professor Daniels during the Spring '11 term at UNC.

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PHIL 89H S10 - Proofs of God syllabus 1-28 - PHIL 89H First...

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