PH 321 Eastern Philosophy
F2J 2007 DN
Senior Adjunct Instructor
B.S.Ed. (English/Soc.Sci.) (MO Life Secondary English Certification)B.A. (English)M.A. (English/Philsophy); Graduate Studies (63 hours) M.U. (British/Am.Lit; Philosophy)
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22 October - 16 December (Beethoven's birthday) 2007
5:30 - 9:50 PM
Textbook: Oriental Philosophies 5th Ed. by John Koller; Prentice-Hall (2007) ISBN 9780131951839
Additional Resources: All additional resources will be supplied by the instructor.
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Educational Philosophy: The intellectual traditions of the Orient and Occident are rich but varied (and in several important ways, very different). This introduction to Oriental thought will be broad (reflecting the topic) and classes will include lectures, discussions, quizzes, tests, readings, video essays (when appropriate and as time permits), and demonstrations using artifacts from various world cultures. Requirements are listed below.
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Late Submission of Course Materials: Material may be submitted late with the instructor's permission (and a good reason), but ALL material must be submitted by the end of the last class session barring only the most verifiably dire circumstances imaginable!
Classroom Rules of Conduct: Please remember to put your cell 'phone on "Silent Notification" mode. We will break for food about 6:40 (philosophy does not compete well with an empty stomach) and again for The Imperious Call of Natuire about 8:15.
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Last Updated:10/3/2007 1:15:08 PM