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PHIL 371 - Greek Concepts and Culture


2 credit(s)
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to articulate concepts introduced by the Ancient Greeks that have ongoing impact on Western thought, identify culturally significant elements of the city of Athens, associate major philosophers and playwrights with their signature texts, and speak a small amount of modern Greek. In addition, this course will introduce some of the most prominent figures from the intellectual culture of the 5th and 4th centuries BCE in Athens, preparing students to be conversant in the elements of classical Athenian culture. This course is required in order to enroll in the January travel class to Athens, but it can also be taken as a standalone, 2-credit course. Instructor’s consent required. Also listed as THEA 371
Offered: Offered alternate years in the Fall

Prerequisite(s): 4 credits of PHIL or THEA



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