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Undergraduate Catalog 2012-13

PH 326 Medieval Philosophy

Examines the perceptions of the Middle Ages through a concentration upon the intellectual themes expressed in philosophical, theological, and literary texts. The relationship between faith and reason is presented as the fundamental problem of the period and is considered in a variety of contexts including the relation between divine and human love, and the function of the earthly city vis-à-vis the heavenly city. Prerequisites: EN 102 and PH 200. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: INQ, PH-2. (3)

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