Here you can find my lecture materials for my introductory undergraduate Philosophy course I’ve developed while teaching at Kennesaw State University, called “Ways of Knowing.”
Our syllabus for this class can be found here.
“Ways of Knowing” satisfies a general education elective for undergraduate students pursuing a bachelor’s degree at the University.
The University describes this course in the following manner:
A philosophical, critical examination of the different ways of knowing and thinking in the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences including ethical and religious perspectives. Emphasis is on the nature and purpose of philosophical inquiry as applied to selected issues within philosophy and the broader implications of these methods and questions for other disciplines and in everyday contexts.
If you are interested in learning more about how to make Philosophy your major course of study while at Kennesaw, please visit our program’s website and let’s you and I arrange a time to sit down and discuss the matter.