Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Philosophy – free online course by Missouri State University.

Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Philosophy

This course explores various ways of understanding the human self and its relation to the world. Through a consideration of what can be known, what is worth valuing, what reality is, and how human communities should be composed and regulated, the course deals with central themes that arise from the human quest for a deeper self-understanding.

 

Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 1 – Introduction Missouri State University
27:31
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 2 – Mind and Body Dualism Missouri State University
36:57
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 3 – Mind and Body Dualism II Missouri State University
52:59
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 4 – Consciousness, Persons and Responsibility Missouri State University
29:24
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 5 – Consciousness, Persons and Responsibility II Missouri State University
45:02
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 6 – A Mentalist Myth? Missouri State University
29:08
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 7 – A Mentalist Myth? II Missouri State University
33:16
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 8 – A New Science of Man Missouri State University
35:20
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 9 – A New Science of Man II Missouri State University
53:26
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 10 – General Remarks on Knowledge Missouri State University
35:16
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 11 – Empiricism Missouri State University
40:36
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 12 – Empiricism II Missouri State University
51:16
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 13 – Skepticism and the Appearance/Reality Gap Missouri State University
44:01
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 14 – Skepticism and the Appearance/Reality Gap II Missouri State University
30:31
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 15 – Skepticism and the Appearance/Reality Gap III Missouri State University
38:42
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 16 – The Limits of Reason and the Philosophy of Common Sense Missouri State University
49:25
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 17 – The Limits of Reason and the Philosophy of Common Sense II Missouri State University
39:34
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 18 – Is Knowledge a State of Mind? Missouri State University
23:24
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 19 – Is Knowledge a State of Mind? II Missouri State University
42:04
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 20 – General Remarks on Ethics & Politics Missouri State University
30:20
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 21 – General Remarks on Ethics & Politics II Missouri State University
35:02
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 22 – Aristotle on Virtue and the Human Good Missouri State University
42:43
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 23 – Aristotle on Virtue and the Human Good II Missouri State University
37:44
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 24 – Aristotle on Virtue and the Human Good III Missouri State University
48:50
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 25 – The Foundations of Ancient Greek Politics Missouri State University
34:24
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 26 – Utilitarianism Missouri State University
45:50
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 27 – Utilitarianism II Missouri State University
39:22
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 28 – Kantian Ethics Missouri State University
44:26
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 29 – Kantian Ethics II Missouri State University
45:33
Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 30 – The Foundations of Modern Liberal Politics Missouri State University
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Introduction to Philosophy: Lecture 31 – The Foundations of Modern Liberal Politics II Missouri State University

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