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Improve your reasoning skills by learning how to identify a logical argument, how to distinguish between good and bad arguments, and when to use...
|Critical reasoning, Logic, Philosophy, reasoning||view|
|First Steps in Formal Logic 2013||
Logic is concerned with the rules of coherent and systematic reasoning. In this course, we will think about 'logical' thinking, explore the nature...
|Logic, Logico-Philosophicus, Philosophy, Social sciences||view|
|Interdisciplinary Approaches to Musical Time||
This course is an interdisciplinary exploration of three broad topics concerning music in relation to time.
Music as Architecture: the...
|Music, Time, Psychology, Neuroscience, Philosophy||view|
|Interview with Susan Wolf on meaning in life||
Short interview with Susan Wolf on meaning in life. Part of the series Philosophy Bites.
|Philosophy, meaning of life||view|
|Kant: Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics||
In the 'Prolegomena' Kant aims to introduce the general audience to his critical project. We will read and discuss the text in full, and hence...
|Meaning of Life - Essay questions||
Essay questions for the course 'The Meaning of Life'.
|meaning of life, Philosophy||view|
|Meaning of Life - Resources||
A list of philosophy resources on the meaning of life, with some general recommendations and specific resources for each week of the course....
|meaning of life, Analytic philosophy, Philosophy||view|
|Philosophy of Art resources||
References and recommended resources for the course 'Philosophy of Art'.
|philosophy of art, Philosophy||view|
|Philosophy of Religion||
This series of eight lectures delivered by Dr T. J. Mawson at the University of Oxford in Hilary Term 2011, introduces the main philosophical...
|Philosophy, Religion, Theism, God, Atheism, Agnosticism, Faith, Natural Theology, Philosophical Theology||view|
The 'Republic' is among Plato's most famous and longest works. In this course, we will read and discuss parts of Plato's text, and thereby explore...
|Philosophy, Plato, Socrates||view|