Team D HU 101
Final Festival of Knowledge!
Friday, December 16 @ 1
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101 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
Philosophy 101 is an overview of the classical and modern problems of philosophy. A
consideration of the nature of knowledge, views of the cosmos or world, and the problems of
truth, beauty, ethics, and theology
CO 101: The World of Communication
Asst. Dean Sabovik
Assoc. Dean Vigil
Office: 640 Commonwealth Ave. #110
Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 617-353-3471; 617-353-3447
Office Hours: by appointment only
Course Description (a.k.a.: to
14, 79, 12, 1421, 25
Especially 15, 17, 18, 25
Summary Chapter I: The Kinds of Principalities and the Means by Which They
Machiavelli describes the different kinds of states, arguing that all states are either
republics or principalities. Pri
The Middle Ages
Gerneishcrsdalshd and Gesellschaft
Characteristics of Modernity
Specializations of Labor