PHIL 113 - Critical Thinking
(3,0) 3 Credits
General Education Course: Humanities-Philosophy and Religion
This course has no formal prerequisite. It serves as an introduction to ways of thinking inside and outside of the purview of logic, while also investigating the ways in which speech and visual images can be an opportunity to critically examine what people see, listen and internalize. It is designed to improve the student’s ability to read analytical and argumentative material with precision and clarity, while also recognizing their own ability to identify (and construct) argument frameworks that fall within multiple disciplines.
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