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Course Thought Experiments in Philosophy

Can philosophical hypotheses be tested from the armchair? Yes: by conducting thought experiments. In this course, we explore a range of thought...

Mind, Philosophy, Social sciences, Theory, thought experiments view
Course Introducing Geological Science

Geology uses all the sciences to explain the workings of our planet: Earth’s origin, its composition, continents and oceans, mountains,...

Course Introduction to Philosophy

An introduction to important philosophical questions such as: Do we need a state? What is happiness? Who should I try to make happy? What is art?...

Art, God, reasoning view
Course Plato's Atlantis

Plato's Atlantis will explore of how the 'lost civilisation' introduced in the dialogues 'Timaios' and 'Kritias' has been interpreted,...

Plato, Atlantis view
Course Julius Caesar

The course is designed as an introduction to various aspects of the life and times and writings of Julius Caesar.

British history, Caesar, Cleopatra, Roman His, Rome view
Course Minoans and Mycenaeans

In the Greek Bronze Age the Minoans and Mycenaeans created the intriguing archaeological...

Archaeology, Greece view
Course Plato's Republic

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
Course Portuguese 2

All the Department’s language courses are designed to help you communicate in a friendly atmosphere with an emphasis on pair and group interaction...

Portuguese view
Course First Steps in Formal Logic

As Tweedledee says, "If it was so, it might be; and if it were so, it would be: but as it...

Logic, Philosophy view
Course Philosophy Of Mathematics For Beginners

What is mathematics about? How do we know mathematics? In this introductory course problems and theories in the philosophy of mathematics are...

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