Courses: Early Modern British Philosophy (PHILH222B01)
How can we think all that we actually do think? What is mind-independent reality like? This course examines these and related questions in the philosophical writings of Locke, Berkeley, Hume, and Reid. Emphasis is on a philosophical understanding of the theories of cognition and reality developed in these texts.
Prerequisites: One 100-level philosophy course or its equivalent, or consent.
Fulfills: HU III
Haverford, Hall 201