PHL 330 Early Modern Philosophy, 3 credits

An examination of the history of philosophy from the Renaissance through the early 19th century. Continental Rationalism and British Empiricism are studied in relationship to Kant and his attempt to synthesize the two. Emphasis will be on the shift from an ancient/medieval world view, and how this shift sets the stage for contemporary issues.

Prerequisites: PHL 100 and any other 100 or 200 level course