Introduction to Philosophy

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The Nature of Philosophy

  1. Origins of Philosophy
  2. What is Philosophy?
  3. Why Study Philosophy?
  4. The Main Branches of Philosophy
  5. What is meant by "Doing Philosophy"?

Metaphysics

  1. What is Metaphysics?
  2. What is a Person?
  3. What is Buddhist Philosophy?

Epistemology

  1. What is Epistemology?
  2. Rationalism
  3. Empiricism
  4. Pragmatism

Logic

  1. Logic

Ethics

  1. What is Ethics?
  2. What is a Person?
  3. Virtue and value-Ethics
  4. Consequentialism
  5. Deontology
  6. Utilitarianism
  7. Existentialism
  8. Zen Buddhism
  9. Transcendentalist Theology Transcendentalism

Theology

  1. Theology
  2. God and Religious Toleration

Aesthetics

  1. Aesthetics

Political Philosophy

  1. What is Political Philosophy?
  2. The Political Spectrum
  3. Introduction to Philosophy/Ancient Political Philosophy
  4. Middles Ages Political Philosophy
  5. Social Contract
  6. Marx and Marxists
  7. Liberalism
  8. Communitarianism
  9. Conservativism
  10. Libertarianism
  11. Anarchism
  12. Post-Politics
  13. Theocracies

Philosophy of Mind

  1. Philosophy of Mind

Philosophy of Science

  1. Philosophy of Science

Appendices

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