IDS 802 - Ways of Knowing in Comparative Perspective

A comparative, critical exploration of the nature, kinds, worth, and limits of human knowledge. Roughly equal amounts of attention are given to (A) the sciences, (B) the arts and humanities, and (C) a selection from a menu of such special topics as mathematical knowledge, epistemic relativism, moral knowledge, religious knowledge, and the role of the search for knowledge in well-lived human lives.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Graduate Standing
Last updated: 05/23/2022