Medieval World Philosophy - PHL 333
This course covers more than a millennium of philosophical thought, mostly marked by Christianity’s encounter with, and integration of classical Greek philosophy. Medieval World Philosophy includes African and Far East thinkers, all of whom offering different dimensions in their interpretations of the human’s encounter with reality, dimensions such as metaphysics, ethics, logic and philosophy of mind. The distinctive nature of each dimension opens before students new horizons in their quest for the truth. Prerequisite: ENL 213.