Eva Harvey - Adjunct Philosophy/English Instructor
Office: By appointment only.
Class Information for the Spring 2014 semester.
By listening to lectures and studying the texts, students will be exposed to
and engaged in a broad and intensive study of philosophy. Although the emphasis
will be on western thought, they will be exposed to alternative views and the basics
of non-western philosophy. Students will become familiar with and come to
understand the essential features of philosophic thought. They will learn to define
philosophy and to understand metaphysics, epistemology, and questions of God.
examination of moral aspects of human conduct, and a study of ethical
principles for moral evaluation. Surveys
ethical theory from antiquity to the present. Students will engage in critical thinking, application, and learn about ethical theory from past and present.
I wish everyone the best of luck this semester and I can't wait for us to learn together! If you ever have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me wither via e-mail, Blackboard, or my phone number. Please make sure to provide me with your name, class you are enrolled in, and a detailed description of your question/s so that I can respond in an effective, timely manner. Have fun! :)