哲学导论:上帝、知识和意识

Introduction to Philosophy: God, Knowledge and Consciousness

Learn how to ask and answer big questions. Pursue a verified certificate to have your work graded and commented upon by professional philosophers.

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麻省理工学院
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  • 完成时间大约为 12
  • 初级
  • 英语
注:因开课平台的各种因素变化,以上开课日期仅供参考

你将学到什么

How to construct and analyze philosophical arguments

How to write clearly and communicate complicated ideas effectively

Arguments for and against the existence of God

The distinction between epistemic and practical rationality

Theories of Knowledge

Physicalist and Non-Physicalist theories of consciousness

Free Will and Determinism

Personal Identity

课程概况

This philosophy course has two goals. The first goal is to introduce you to the things that philosophers think about. We will look at some perennial philosophical problems:

Is there a God?
What is knowledge, and how do we get it?
What is the place of our consciousness in the physical world?
Do we have free will?
How do we persist over time, as our bodily and psychological traits change?

The second goal is to get you thinking philosophically yourself. This will help you develop your critical reasoning and argumentative skills more generally. Along the way we will draw from late, great classical authors and influential contemporary figures.

To help enhance your learning experience, this course offers instructor grading. If you choose to pursue a verified certificate, a professional philosopher will carefully read, grade and comment upon your work. Though all residential philosophy courses at MIT, and other major universities, offer instructor grading, this is an innovation in the world of MOOCs. Students will test their ideas against, and receive individual advice from, professional philosophers. We believe that this is the best way to learn philosophy.

Verified learners will be eligible for the MITx Philosophy Award and (for students presently in high school) the MITx High School Philosophy Award. The awards will be given for outstanding written work by the MIT Philosophy Department. In addition, award winners will be profiled on the MIT Philosophy website. Please see the FAQ section below for the link to more information on the MITx Philosophy Award.

NOTE: Enrollment for instructor grading will be capped.

预备知识

None.

常见问题

Verified learners will be eligible for the MITx Philosophy Award and (for students presently in high school) the MITx High School Philosophy Award. The awards will be given for outstanding written work by the MIT Philosophy Department. In addition, award winners will be profiled on the MIT Philosophy website. 

Please visit the MIT Philosopy Department website for additional information on the Award and eligibility on the Philosophy Prize, a list of winners from previous years: http://web.mit.edu/philosophy/mitx.html

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