Lesson I | Introduction to Philosophy
Department of Philosophy
Northeast Lakeview College, University of Incarnate Word
Philosophy material on these lessons may be sourced from:
Ethics: Discovering Righ
Lesson II | Reality and Metaphysics
Metaphysics is a traditional branch of philosophy concerned with
explaining the fundamental nature of being and the world, although
the term is not easily defined. Traditionally, metaphy
Lesson V | Morality and Ethics
What is Ethics?
Ethics: A set of principles that people
live by; a code or rules.
Ethical Theories ask two questions:
(1) What is the Good Life?
(2) How Should We Act?
Morality Vs. Other Normative
Lesson IV | Knowledge and Epistemology
What is Knowledge?
Knowledge: is a familiarity with
someone or something, which can
include facts, information,
through experience or education.
It can refer to the
Lesson III | Religion and God
What is Religion/Faith?
What Is Faith?
1. The service and worship of God
or the supernatural
2. Commitment or devotion
religious faith or observance