Philosophy #1: Introduction to Philosophy
The immediate work of this first lesson is to introduce basic principles, vocabulary, and figures in the field of philosophy. One of the first things to note is that everyone is a philosopher. You do not have to have your Ph.D. in Philosophy and teach at Harvard to be a philosopher. Hidden deep beneath the things that you do and the ideologies that you believe is a philosophy. The good philosopher is able to bring these hidden motives to light so that they can be analyzed against authentic reason (and the Revelation of Jesus Christ). This is an Introduction to this course on Philosophy.
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Philosophy #1: Introduction to Philosophy is part of the following course(s):